Dialogue Knowledge Hub

Dialogue Voices

The Dialogue Voices are personal accounts of interreligious commitment and experience. They show approaches to, and forms of, interreligious dialogue, and its impact and context on a local, national, or global level. They represent a cross-section of dialogue experiences and its impact worldwide.

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USA
Frank Fredericks explains the World Faith model of interfaith engagement and stresses how interreligious activity especially by young people holds a huge potential for social justice.Learn more
Malaysia
In Malaysia, Amir Farid Isahak is engaged in interreligious and the chaorperson of INSAF since 2000. He speaks about his approach to interreligious dialogue which requires to stay open and accessible but has so much to offer.Learn more
Argentina
Tomas shares his first experience with interfaith situations and how he is involved in interfaith acitvities at the moment. In his message to other young people being interested in interfaith engagement, he calls for an open heart which he is convinced leads to great interfaith situations.Learn more
Sweden
Sudhagar Raghupathy explains the activities and aims of the Together for Sweden programme. He also shares his perspective on why interreligious dialogue is important and at the centre of each religious tradition.Learn more
Kenya
Speaking about the changing interfaith situation in Kenya, Nyambura Mundia also shares her hopes regarding what interreligous engagement can achieve and help with.Learn more
Czech Republic
Pavol Bargar has been active in interreligious activities for years, not only between Christians and Jews but also including Muslims, atheists and people of other faiths. He votes for an open discussion of various approavches, without trying to levelling out the differences between religious convictions.Learn more
Australia
The Founder of the Institute of Economics and Peace speaks about the importance of Interreligious Dialogue for Peace endeavours and explains how its impact can be measured and and assessed.Learn more
Singapore
The Senior Executive of the Harmony Centre speaks about the Centre's activities and objectives. Furthermore, she provides insight in how dialogue can contribute to conflict resolution and social cohesion.Learn more

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