Using the KAICIID Peace Map to Analyse the Connection Between SDGs and IRD Organizations
This short, self-paced course was developed by KAICIID and the Superior Institute of Religious Sciences of Barcelona (ISCREB).
The course introduces the KAICIID Peace Map and demonstrates how it can be a useful tool when analysing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Interreligious Dialogue Groups and help inform faith-based interventions.
All course components are available now and can be completed at a time that is convenient for you (within a one-month period). Please note that this course is not facilitated by a course team leader. Any specific questions can be emailed to the KAICID E-Learning Programme at [email protected] or elearning@KAICIID.ORG
KAICIID launched the FAITH4SDGS Project. More information and material can be found here: https://www.kaiciid.org/content/sustainable-development-goals-sdgs
This course is specifically designed for religious leaders, faith-based organizations, civil society and non-governmental organizations, UN agencies and other multilateral institutions, government officials, policy and decision-makers and individuals interested in this field
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive Certificate of Completion.
- The purpose of the KAICIID Peace Map
- How to use and navigate the KAICIID Peace Map
- How the KAICIID Peace Map can be a useful tool to understand the type and extent of engagement by Interreligious Dialogue Groups with the SDGs
- How data generated from the KAICIID Peace Map can be used to create new courses of action for Interreligious Dialogue Groups and inform faith-based interventions
The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for engaging faith actors to support and promote the UN SDGs is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first century education toolbox.
KAICIID online courses build the capacities of global leaders to address a number of today’s most pressing challenges by developing knowledge, networks and skills.
The courses are part of an ongoing collaboration between KAICIID, UNEP, UPEACE, LWC, NMCL and ISCREB.
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Institut Superior de Ciències Religioses de Barcelona (ISCREB) was founded in 1996. It is a public teaching institution that belongs to the Archbishopric of Barcelona. We work within Christian confession, at the service of catholic dioceses. We help to train their seculars: people committed to the ecclesial mission, religion teachers… and so on. We also want to be a meeting point for all those who are interested in religious facts, and in contemporary spiritual searches. Religious diversity, and the plurality of convictions that we see in our most immediate context, have encouraged us to build spaces for meeting and dialogue.