• Webinar Series

    Peacebuilding, the Focus of Latest ‘Women’s Voices’ Webinar

  • Network for Dialogue

    In Sweden, God’s House Offers a Solution for Integration Challenges

  • New Leadership

    Council of Parties Appoints New KAICIID Leadership

Our Stories


2023 Applications Open for Dialogue 360 — KAICIID’s Interfaith Initiative Support Scheme


KAICIID Launches Two New E-learning Courses Focused on Sustainable Development and Refugee Support


Jon Rasmussen: Saying “Yes” to the Path of Dialogue


Providing the Skills for a More Peaceful Future: Stories from KAICIID’s E-Learning Programme


From Vienna to Lisbon and Beyond, KAICIID Continues its Work of Convening Dialogue


Protecting Cultural and Religious Heritage: The Battle of Unknown Soldiers

Are you working in interreligious dialogue?

We're Here to Empower You

Do you want to learn how you can promote peace through dialogue? KAICIID is a hub of networks and resources including online courses in interreligious dialogue, a library of promising practices, and a database where you can get to know the major figures in dialogue around the world.


Our Mission

We promote and employ interreligious dialogue (IRD) to support conflict prevention and resolution, sustainable peace and social cohesion; to promote mutual respect and understanding among different religious and cultural groups; and to counteract the abuse of religion to justify oppression, violence and conflict.

Project Highlights

Europe Region Programme

KAICIID’s Europe Region programme envisions a continent where religious actors and policymakers have established channels of communication, listen to one another’s concerns and provide support and...
ToT Game

Incorporating Dialogue into the Scouts Programme

Recognising the important role young people play in contributing to the strengthening of social cohesion and peaceful coexistence within their...

Peace and Reconciliation Through Interreligious Dialogue in Nigeria

With over 182 million inhabitants comprising over 500 ethnic groups (according to the 2015 census), Nigeria has an almost even split between Islam...