What do MEPs do with their beliefs? event

On 27th January 2015, Dennis de Jong MEP hosted an event in cooperation with the Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Religious Tolerance on “What do MEPs do with their beliefs?” At the event, Professor François Foret, Coordinator of the project “Religion at the European Parliament” (RelEP), presented the findings of a survey on MEPs beliefs.

Francois FORET, Dennis de JONG 20150127_EP-014986_TRO_033

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