In the framework of the project launched in October 2010 and concluded in June 2011, the Lebanese National Commission for Unesco and Adyan Foundation co-organized a series of workshops that targeted 120 students and 24 teachers coming from 12 public schools in the 6 Lebanese districts. The project aimed at establishing a network of students having diversified religious and geographic backgrounds. To that end, the participating teachers were trained on issues of diversity and coexistence, equipped with skills to undertake extracurricular activities, and to offer an open space for students to interact and learn about each other’s religion, culture and geographic background. As an outcome of the project, clubs of dialogue were established in the participating secondary schools, dealing with issues of knowing the other. Also, a charter was drafted by the students and presented to educational officials and religious figures at the closing ceremony, demanding the inclusion of the “Cultural Concepts of Religions” in the school curricula.