The Network for Dialogue was initiated in 2018 by the International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID) in order to bring faith and civil society actors from around Europe together to promote the use of dialogue and develop more effective recommendations for social inclusion policies for migrants and refugees in Europe. As a European-wide platform, the Network for Dialogue gathers faith-based and secular organizations, religious leaders and scholars working in the field of migration and religious studies. The following booklet includes 11 promising practices of Network for Dialogue members from seven European countries. Each case study was selected because it involves interreligious or intercultural dialogue as one of the potential approaches for better social inclusion of migrants and refugees in Europe. Situating each promising practice in a particular local context, our Network members shared their case studies, including the main challenges as well as recommendations.