North America Archive
The Ethics Institute focuses on developing ethical decision-making skills and fostering ethical thinking in the youngest of children the primary and secondary school levels. This special type of education prepares them to be the most effective leaders and compassionate citizens of tomorrow.
The website of the Institute holds information about the work carried out, as well [...]
The School for Ethical Education is a not-for-profit teaching organization that provides classes, creates programs and offers consultation services to promote strategies for comprehensive ethics and character education.
The website of the organization holds various resources to be used in teaching and building character in the classroom.
The faith based organization PICNA (Peace and Integration Council of North America), is dedicated to creating goodwill and mutual understanding between people across religions and cultures. The organization further seeks to enlighten society about true Islamic values and principles. The belief is that all people can co-exist in peace and tranquility on the basis of [...]
Neighborhood Interfaith Movement is an alliance of over 50 religious segregations and faith institutions with more than 40 years of existence. NIM is located in Northwest Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is devoted to the most pressing issues in the community and are specialized in child care training with programs affecting one in eight preschool age children. [...]
The Abraham Joshua Heschel School was founded in 1983 as a new model of a Jewish day school.
It carries a unique approach to education, pluralism, and concern for students’ intellectual, emotional, and spiritual development. The school is characterized by team teaching and an integrated curriculum. The faculty who have demonstrated mastery of their subjects, encourage [...]
The Cordoba Initiative is a multi-national, multi-faith organization dedicated to improving understanding and building trust among people of all cultures and religions.
The name Cordoba was chosen to symbolize the time in history when Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in peace and harmony and created a prosperous center of intellectual, spiritual, [...]
Canada Research Chair on Islam, Pluralism, and Globalization (CRC-IPG), University of Montreal , Canada
The Canada research Chair on Islam, Pluralism, and Globalization (CRC-IPG), at the University of Montreal aims at participating (to participate) to worldwide peace building through a research agenda focused on answering the following question: How, to what extent, and with which means, do the Muslim communities contribute to peace building, locally and globally ? [...]
In partnership with leaders of various streams of Southern California Christian and Muslim communities, the Christian-Muslim Consultative Group works for the purpose of enhancing mutual understanding, respect, appreciation, and support of the Sacred in each other.
It aims to promote learning, dialogue and advocacy among its representative members and our wider communities of faith through lectures, [...]
Interfaith Dialogue Organization is a registered student organization at the University of Kentucky founded by graduate students from various departments in September 2006.
The members of the Interfaith Dialogue Organization are concerned by the polarization of religious groups in a world which is increasingly religiously diverse. Therefore, IDO believes in the necessity of interfaith dialogue [...]