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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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
The former Sisters in Islam Program Manager speaks about the theological basis of the organisation as well as its objectives and acitvities with other religious and non-religious groups.Learn more
The Director of the Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue at the University of Dhaka shares why he started to become involved in interfaith issues to begin with and why he thinks knowledge ist the most important basis for any interfiath endeavour.Learn more
The shortclip focuses on interreligious activities and the meaning and importance of interfaith in today's society.Learn more
Ilja Sichrovsky explains the activities of MJC and speaks about the importance of the knowledge about the other.Learn more
Nabil Haddad explains his understanding of coexistence and shares a story about an encounter he had with a Muslim Jordanian. The Jordanian Interfaith Coexistence Research Center promotes interfaith dialogue and peaceful...Learn more
Vanessa Gomez explains the origins, purpose and goals of the Chaplaincy Institute. She also talks about the importance creating educational opportunities for youths. The Chaplaincy Institute was founded by clergy who...Learn more
Elgen Onishi talks about what he hopes to accomplish through interfaith dialogue and what he would like to focus on with interfaith dialogue. Elgen Onishi explains that he would like to focus on more real actual...Learn more

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