West Europe Archive
The Evens Foundation is a public benefit foundation based in Antwerp, Belgium and with offices in Paris and Warsaw. The Evens Foundation initiates and supports sustainable projects, and awards biennial prizes, that contribute to the progress and strengthening of Europe based on cultural and social diversity.
The North-South Centre (NSC), officially named the European Centre for Global
Interdependence and Solidarity, is a Partial Agreement of the Council of Europe. It has 22
member states: Azerbaijan, Cape-Verde, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, the Holy See,
Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, Norway,
Portugal, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
The mandate of the North-South Centre [...]
The Change Institute was commissioned by Communities and Local Government to undertake research on England's diverse Muslim communities. The result is a fourteen volume series of publications on thirteen Muslim 'communities' grouped by country of heritage. The publications provide a starting point for understanding the diversity of England's Muslim communities and highlight issues both common [...]
The Centre for the Study of Jewish–Christian Relations (CJCR) is an independent educational institution dedicated to teaching, research and dialogue in the encounter between Jews and Christians. Established in 1998,CJCR is one of the world's leading institutes in the study and teaching of all aspects of the encounter between Christians and Jews throughout the ages. [...]
The ACES school network seeks to enhance active participation of young people and teachers in exchange processes and international cooperation. The aim is to develop a network of shared knowledge, mutual learning and innovation, offering concrete opportunities for exchange and cooperation of young people, schools and institutions of Central European countries. The activities bring together [...]
Founded in 2002, The European Council of Religious Leaders is one of five regional Interreligious Councils within the network called Religions for Peace. The European Council of Religious Leaders aims to bring together senior religious leaders from Europes historical religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam together with Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs and Zoroastrians.
The vision of the [...]
Established in 2009, the International Council for Inter-Religious Cooperation (ICIRC) represents an International Think Tank which works with the purpose to engage religious leaders of three Abrahamic Religions and provide them with assistance needed to fill the gap among them and the religious communities. The council aims at networking religious leaders for shared visions and [...]
The International Seminar on Religious Education and Values is an association of over 200 religious education scholars from around 36 countries. It exists since 1978 and it includes scholars from various religious traditions and secular specialists in religious education. Researchers with common methodological approaches initially worked on themes like young people's attitudes towards Christianity. Only [...]
Intercultural communication and leadership are the joint initiative and leading partnerships of people from different cultures, religions or ethnicity, to serve people living side by side to be able to live together, interact and function as a peaceful and prosperous community or society. We believe peace and co-operation between people prevail even where institutions divide [...]
The Inter Faith Network for the UK was founded in 1987 to promote good relations between people of different faiths in this country. Its member organisations include representative bodies from the Baha'i; Buddhist; Christian; Hindu; Jain; Jewish; Muslim; Sikh; and Zoroastrian communities; national and local inter faith bodies; and academic institutions and educational [...]