The most fascinating part by far were the different people represented at the meeting. I fondly remember how a Shiite colleague approached me the first day, gave me a big hug, explained that he has heard of my work in interreligious dialogue and then said that he would be honored for me to join a working group on interreligious covenant theology.
Another memory which will stick with me was meeting Ambassador Adama Dieng, Under Secretary-General and UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide. He asked me what I thought were concrete steps that could be taken and I explained my work with Hands of Peace. He then requested that I email him details about the program which I promptly did.