While visiting Luxembourg, Bridges Board Member Dr Frank Kaufmann visited Madame Erna Hennicot-Schoepges who is a Luxembourgi politician for the Christian Social People’s Party. She was until 2009 a Member of the European Parliament, sitting as a CSV member of the European People’s Party.
Madame Hennicot-Schoepges has made many political contributions to the cultural field. On the national level, she is responsible for the creation of the University of Luxembourg in 2003 and the Luxembourg Philharmonic Hall Joséphine Charlotte in 2005, among other projects. On a European level, she was the rapporteur to the EP of the “European Year of Intercultural Dialogue, 2008. Additionally, she has written a number of books and articles on subjects ranging from European politics, human rights, religion, and education.
We are proud that Madame Erna Hennicot-Schoepges received reports of The Qur’an with References to the Bible and welcomed it as a contribution to reconciliation and peace at a world ridden by conflicts.