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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MalaysiaChristianity
Julian Leow Beng Kim speaks about the need for interfaith dialogue in Malaysia and embracing that which people of different faiths hold in common rather than their differences. Julian Leow Beng Kim recounts a discussion...Learn more
South Africa
Lydia Mogano speaks about the connection between interfaith dialogue and climate change and raising awareness about the environment through interfaith networks. Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute...Learn more
IndiaHinduism
Shadvi B. Saraswati speaks about the deadly cost of lack of water sanitation and hygiene in many parts of the world. She also stressed the importance of religious leaders focusing on projects and programs rather than...Learn more
PolandIslam
Andrzej Saramowicz speaks about internal changes that are necessary for changing the world. Andrzej Saramowicz believes that true change has to take place individually, and that one must first change himself before...Learn more
USAChristianity
Mary Nelson describes what she loves about the Parliament of the World’s Religions and the need for youths to be involved in interfaith activities. The Parliament of the World’s Religions aims to bring harmony between...Learn more
SingaporeIslam
Mohamed Nawab Osman talks about why interfaith dialogue is important in Singapore. Mohamed Nawab Osman speaks about the growing amount of atheists and agnostics in society. He thinks that in order to better understand...Learn more
TanzaniaChristianity
Ngaira Mandara explains why he got involved in the interfaith field and why it is important to involve the youth in interfaith dialogue. He also goes into detail about a successful activity he uses to promote...Learn more

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