Tag Archives: religions
[ December 4, 2014 to December 6, 2014. ] The Worldwide Forum on Education and Culture will hold its 2014 CONGRESS on the theme: “Communities in Contrast: Finding the Common Ground,” to be held in Rome, Italy, 4-6 December 2014.
Too often people focus on difference. It is, however, in our commonality where we find resolution and understanding. The direction of the conference this year [...]
[ September 2, 2014 to September 15, 2014. ] A conference on “Islamisation: Comparative perspectives from history,” will be held 20-21 March 2015 at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Submissions are invited for this international conference which covers Islamisation down to c. 1800 in all areas of the Muslim world.
To apply please send an abstract (500 words) and short (1 page) CV to firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
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, [...]
In the spring of 2007 Global Nomads Group traveled around the world with Semester At Sea to talk with students about their religions.
In this DVD four teenagers from four corners of the globe walk us through their lives, their religions, and their hopes for the future. This exciting collection of four short documentaries profiles young [...]
This website is aimed at helping parents teach their children to be tolerant of different religions, however, educators can also use this guide to help teach a diverse class.
Creation Tables are useful ways into encouraging a sense of awe and wonder, learning about the created world and developing cross-curricular work on RE. The website provides activities for pupils and ideas for teachers to try and adapt for themselves.
Resource includes teaching ideas to help develop cooperation and thinking about peace and conflict on a global scale. It links working together on a small scale to large scale conflicts around the world and explores ideas about different cultures and beliefs.