LIU program is an integrative and cross-cultural approach of dialogue and formation offered to young professionals from Arab (Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria) and Danish societies, which is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark in the framework of the Danish- Arab Partnership Programme (DAPP).


Religious diversity is socially understood and professionally managed to promote a positive change, by leaders from different sectors, as factor of mutual understanding, social cohesion, and peace-building within and between pluralistic societies.


LIU builds the cognitive, behavioral and entrepreneurial capacities of young European and Arab leaders in managing religious diversity to develop their role as change agents for social cohesion and peace-building within and between societies. This is reached through a cross-cultural dialogue and integrative formation process, with a framework of partnership and common initiatives as well as a multi-faith and international network.


1. To build the capacities of young leaders in cross-cultural dialogue and religious diversity management

2. To foster reconciliation, integration and political participation through interfaith initiatives


NOTE: Enrolled students can have access to the course for ONE year after the completion of the course. After one year, they can no longer access the course contents.