Youth in interreligious dialogue – new WCC film

There is one thing about the Ecumenical Youth (the youth ministry of the World Council of Churches or WCC) that you recognize right away: They always have a camera. This approach of recording what you see and hear bears fruit.
Last year’s WCC youth interns have produced a beautiful little film about interreligious dialogue in Pakistan. Sarah (a Christian) and her classmate Azam (a Muslim) talk to people in Pakastian about discrimination and fear and how to overcome them.
You find much more information on the website www.talkingfaith.org. You can even watch some clips there and order the video for free.
Here is the first clip:

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