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.

Our partners on this project: Coexister and Interfaith Tour.

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Dialogue Voices: Strong social actions in United Kingdom
Rizwan Hussein speaks about his approach, and definition of interfaith dialogue and the impact interfaith dialogue has had on his own faith. Rizwan Hussein likes to constantly meet people, learn about them and discover...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Using technology for peace initiatives in Philippines
Dana Raissa de Guzman talks about the Global Classroom Program at Peace Tech along with its aims and challenges. Dana Raissa de Guzman speaks about the Global Classroom Program which connects students in Manila with...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Bringing people to the North American Red Woods
Rachael Watcher explains the purpose behind the establishment of the North American Interfaith Network and her personal approach to interfaith. North American Interfaith Network is located in California, USA. It covers...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Bringing people together on the cause of the environment in South Africa
South Africa
Kate Davis explains how nature is a great starting point for bringing people together. She also speaks about South Africa’s tradition of interfaith work as well as the challenges of introducing eco-justice to religious...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Complementing each other's religions in Malaysia
Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana speaks about interfaith action that he has implemented, the best way to interact in an interfaith environment and his hope for the future. Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana speaks about organizing a...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Creating a culture of peace in South Korea
South KoreaBuddhism
Jinwol Lee speaks about creating a culture of peace and explains the reason behind the initiative’s name. Jinwol Lee is a Buddhist monk and co-founder of United Religions Initiative. This initiative tries to create a...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Different faith communities in Senegal
Jacques Seck speaks about his background and his interactions with Animists, Christians and Muslims in Senegal. Jacques Seck became a Christian after fifteen years of being an animist. He speaks about his respect for...Learn more

Dialogue Voices: Fostering interfaith interactions through initiative 'Saving Children'
Lara Portnoy speaks about a program started by the Peres Center for Peace called ‘Saving Children’ and its success in fostering interfaith interactions. The Peres Center for Peace was founded by former Israeli President...Learn more

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