ALEF – Act for Human Rights and Dialogue for Life and Reconciliation – Lebanon (DLR), launched a series of informal dialogue meetings that would engage religious leaders in contributing to freedom of religion and belief, between June and August 2022, among members of the Sustainable Network of Religious Leaders in the North of Lebanon, an interreligious network founded by DLR in 2016 to connect and bring together Sunni Muslim, Alawite Muslim, Maronite Christian, and Orthodox Christian religious leaders, in addition to representatives from other religious denominations in the region. Four meetings in total were conducted with 51 religious leaders divided into four different groups during every meeting. Each meeting dealt with a topic relevant to the broader theme of the project. ALEF – Act for Human Rights worked on a report to display the findings of this activity and to highlight the dynamics, suggested steps, and recommendations.