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 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 [...]
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 [...]
Interfaith Dialogue Association is a non-profit organization, which aims to advance understanding of religions and ideologies by study, dialogue, and sharing about religious experiences as well as to eliminate prejudice between members of different religious traditions, and promote friendship and trust among people of diverse faiths and ideologies.
The work of the IDA takes place within [...]
The Interfaith Center of New York seeks to make New York City and the world safe for religious difference by increasing respect and mutual understanding among people of different faith, ethnic, and cultural traditions and by fostering cooperation among religious communities and civic organizations to solve common social problems.
Tanenbaum confronts religious ignorance and violence head-on with results-oriented programs that reduce hatred and produce real change in the way people think and act. Today, each of Tanenbaums programs is a leader in its field, creating innovative tools and resources to help people successfully navigate a religiously diverse world.
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 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 Macdonald Center challenges scholars, students, the media and the general public to move beyond stereotypes and develop an accurate awareness and appreciation of Islamic religion, law and culture. It is committed to the premise that through intensive study and academically guided dialogue, mutual respect and cooperation between Muslims and Christians can and must develop. [...]