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Who's Who

The KAICIID Who is Who in Interreligious Dialogue is an online directory hosting information on individuals active and expert in IRD such as religious leaders, policymakers, heads of international organisations, teachers, trainers and activists.  Search the directory to connect with experts and specialists from every continent engaged in a wide variety of initiatives.

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Asna Husin
IndonesiaIslamIslamic PeaceAceh UlamaAceh WomenIndonesian American MuslimsInterfaith

Prof. Dr. Asna Husin

Professor, Ar-Raniry State Islamic University

Founder, Peace Education Program, Banda Aceh, Indonesia

Senior Researcher, Nonviolence International, Washington DC, USA

Asna Husin is Associate Professor (‘Dosen’) teaching Philosophy of Education and Islamic Civilization at Ar-Raniry State Islamic University at Darussalam in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. She currently serves as senior researcher at the Washington D.C. based NGO Nonviolence International, working on...

UKIslamInterfaithInterreligiousPeacebuilding

Imam Monawar Hussain

Founder, The Oxford Foundation

Member of Consultative Council, Three Faiths Forum
Imam and Muslim Tutor, Eton College
Advisory Board, Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
Executive Committee Member, World Congress of Faiths
Board Member, The Oxford Trust

Monawar studied Theology at the University of Oxford and holds a Master of Arts degree in Abrahamic Religions from the University of London. He also trained as an Imam under the tutelage of the late Sheikh Dr Zaki Badawi KBE at the Muslim College, Ealing, UK. Monawar is the Founder of the Oxford...

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