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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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Prof. Dr. Hassan Nadhem

Professor, UNESCO Chair

UNESCO Chair for the Development of Interreligious Dialogue Studies in the Islamic World at the University of Kufa
Editor-in-Chief of Kufa Review
Editor of book series ‘Intellectual Studies’

Dr. Hassan Nadhem is the Chairholder for the UNESCO Chair for Interreligious Dialogue Studies in the Islamic World at the University of Kufa, Iraq. A University professor, he has taught in many institutions and universities across the Arab world and the West: he is an at-distance lecturer and...

Professor Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr
USAIslamIslamSufismperennial philosophyIslamic PhilosophyEnvironmental Studies

Professor Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr

Vice-President, Congress of Faiths

Professor of Islamic Studies, George Washington University

Seyyed Hossein Nasr is the only Muslim to be included in the Library of Living Philosophers and has written over 50 books and over 500 articles. A University Professor of Islamic Studies at George Washington University, he remains one of the most influential Muslim scholars in the world for his...

Reverend Kosho Niwano

Rev. Kosho Niwano

KAICIID Board of Directors
President-designate, Rissho Kosei-kai

Co-moderator, Religions for Peace International

Board of Directors, Religions for Peace Japan

Board of Directors, Federation of New Religious Organizations of Japan

Date of Birth: 19 Jan. 1968 Granddaughter of Founder Nikkyo Niwano and first daughter of President Nichiko Niwano. Reverend Niwano currently devotes herself to sharing the teachings of the Lotus Sutra with leaders both in Japan and overseas as well as with the members who visit the Great Sacred...

Dr. Fahan Ahmad Nizami
UKIslamStudy of Muslim HistoryConferences

Dr. Farhan Ahmad Nizami

Director, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

Founder-Director, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

Prince of Wales Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford University

Since 1985, Dr. Farhan Ahmad Nizami is the Founder Director of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies , a recognized independent center of the University of Oxford, which was granted a Royal Charter by Queen Elizabeth II. He was also elected Prince of Wales Fellow at Magdalen College and Emeritus...


Ambassador Houda Ezra Ebrahim Nonoo

KAICIID Advisory Forum
Former Ambassador and Member of Parliament, Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Houda Ezra Ebrahim Nonoo (b. 1964) was born in the small Arabian kingdom of Bahrain, to Jewish parents of Iraqi ancestry. She spent a major part of her formative years in Britain, where she went to a Jewish school. Nonoo earned her BA and MBA in England, and also married there. After her father...

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