A book that opens doors!

Benoit Monange, Director of the French foundation Fondation de l’Écologie Politique and co-author of the book ‘Green Values, Religion and Secularism’, on why he is proud of this book and how it contributes to showing a path to mutual respect of every belief and community. In a non-dogmatic way, ‘Green Values, Religion and Secularism’ invites people to listen to life stories, to beliefs and to different ways of life.

Religion means diversity

The co-editor of the book ‘Green Values, Religion and Secularism’ and editor-in-chief of the Dutch ‘Tijdschrift de Helling’, Erica Meijers, talks about her understanding of Religion in Europe as well as how Greens should interact with religious identity. Religious beliefs in Europe are diverse and it is important for Greens to continuously strive to allow space for everyone in a pluralistic and democratic society.

Religion is a way for people to understand themselves

We asked the speakers of our seminar on ‘Green Values, Religion and Secularism’ in Athens about their perception of religion and the relation of church and state in Greece.

This conversation is one that the wider society needs to have

Nuala Ahern, former Member of the European Parliament and co-editor of the book ‘Green Values, Religion and Secularism’, talks about how this book came to be and some of the conclusions she came to over the past two years of the project.

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