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Dialogue Knowledge Hub

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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Poland: From Religious Identity to Interreligious Engagement
Poland
The Chairwomen of Czulent Jewish Association speaks about the growth and development of the organisation and how the recent focus is on decreasing stereotypes between religious and ethnic minorities.Learn more

Cambodia: Interreligious Dialogue Activities for Youth
Cambodia
Sorn Pov, representative of the Interfaith Youth Circle of Cambodia, speaks about the interreligious situation in Cambodia, his organisation's activities and the role of interreligious dialogue for his work.Learn more

Lebanon: Interreligious Dialogue at Schools
Lebanon
The Chairman of the Adyan Foundation shares thoughts about the impact the foundation's work has had so far and what in his opinion ios important to consider to engage in interreligious dialogue.Learn more

USA: Mapping Interfaith Engagement Locally
USA
Jack Gordon explains how he hopes to contribute to interfaith endeavours and what will be crucial for the development of interfaith work in Washington and all over the world.Learn more

Australia: Paving the Way for Interreligious Dialogue
Australia
The Dialogue Voices clip adresses the activities of Affinity as well as how to face and overcome challenges in their interfaith work.Learn more

Oman: Spreading the Message of Coexistence
Oman
Mohammed Said Al-Mamari speaks about the importance of dialogue and the impact the exhibition has had so far.Learn more

India: Striving for Peaceful Coexistence
India
Anand Gokani speaks about living together, modernity and the possible drifts of a society that would rest only on individualism. He especially calls for young people to strive towards a world where humankind lives peacefully together.Learn more

Laos: Supporting Civil Society through Interfaith Engagement
Laos
The monk Athipatay Maytryjit is responsible for the Vientiane based Lao Buddhist Fellowship Organization. He hopes to help people of all religions in Laos live with HIV/Aids and is supportive of all people no matter their religious background who seek advice or help.Learn more

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