Thursday, May 3, 2007

European World Café Gathering Has Started


In Dresden, the first European World Café Gathering took off today. It started with a remarkable and, at least in Germany unprecedented event – a series of simultaneous World Cafés where citizens of Dresden engage in meaningful conversations. This morning, I visited two different places. First, I went to the Frauenkirche, one of Germany’s most important symbols of war, but also of peace and forgiveness. This church was destroyed during World War II in an air attack of the RAF, and reconstructed recently. This was made possible by multiple donations from citizens but also from abroad, particularly from the UK. More...

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