In the presentation of the documentary 'Change the framework' and the results of the project with the same name that has developed the Pluralism and Coexistence Foundation In this last year, the minister has asked young people to teach us through her example values of coexistence for a more plural and peaceful society.
The 'Change the framework: new perspectives for an intercultural society' campaign uses audiovisual creation to show religious plurality from the individual experience of a group of young people. Between April and September, 21 boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 21, non-believers and believers of ten different denominations have reflected on religious freedom by participating in games, debates, work groups and writing projects creative The documentary 'Change the frame' directed by Jonás Trueba is the testimony of that process.
The campaign is an initiative of the Pluralism and Coexistence Foundation and has had the participation of the Youth and Development Foundation and the La Caixa Social Work Foundation. The project responds to the need to guarantee the exercise of religious freedom against the threats of hate speech, through a message of tolerance developed in the audiovisual media and social networks, essential elements to understand the social reality of our world.
The Pluralism and Coexistence Foundation was born 15 years ago at the proposal of the Ministry of Justice. Since then he has maintained an intense activity in order to promote a framework of coexistence in which religious beliefs are not a cause of discrimination. To this end, it has taken into account the evolution of our society towards a reality of plurality of religious creeds throughout the territory, emphasizing the need to carry out policies that correctly manage the diversity of beliefs.