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In 1992, Kaduna State in northern Nigeria was rocked by religious violence, pitting Christian and Muslim communities against one another. Pastor James Wuye, an Assemblies of God pastor, and Imam Muhammad Ashafa led opposing militia groups, intent on killing one another in the name of religion. Both men paid a heavy price. As a result of the violence, Imam...Read more
Europe
Ahead of the 2019 Cordoba Forum, KAICIID brought together 30 young men and women from 17 countries for an intensive training...Read more
South East Asia
Following Attacks on Muslims, Buddhist Monk Sparks National Campaign to Call for Interreligious Solidarity in Myanmar In...Read more
Africa
Christian and Muslim students of the Kaduna Polytechnic University took part in a series of workshops where they learned to...Read more
Europe
Suad, Nour and Doaa, three advocates for migrants and refugees, visited KAICIID to share their perspectives on migration and...Read more
Africa
Benjamin NGOUNDA was born on February 17, 1983 in Bangui. He holds a degree in theology and currently serves as President of...Read more
Europe
Over 2000 youth have benefited from the Dialogue for Peace Programme , implemented since 2015 by KAICIID in collaboration...Read more
Africa
Catholic Priest and KAICIID Fellow Abbot Kpefio describes the horror of the church attack on 1 May 2018, and the tense peace...Read more