On October 23, 2017, the Italian Network for the Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue (RIDE-APS) - in cooperation with the Observatory on world religious minorities and on the religious freedom’s respect, as well as with the RIDE-APS members’ Mediterranean Perspectives, ComeUnaMarea Onlus, and LUMSA University - organized, in the suggestive setting of Villa Bordonaro in Palermo, a debate on "Youth, Community Identities and Religious Freedom in the Mediterranean". The renewed RIDE-APS, appointed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) as the new Head of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) Network in Italy, in cooperation with the Municipality of Bologna, promotes initiatives on mutual respect and evaluation ofcollective identities, focusing on new generations and Euro-Mediterranean dialogue. After reading the inaugural message of the Latin Apostolic Administrator of Jerusalem, Msgr. Pierbattista Pizzaballa, Minister Angelino Alfano gave way to the discussion, with the active participation of two hundred young students.