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KAICIID Launches Peace Mapping Program

As world leaders prepared to adopt the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” at the United Nations on September 25-27, the Vienna-based International Dialogue Centre, known as KAICIID, launched the “Peace Map” in New York City: At the heart of its first phase, the Peace Map offers an interactive database of over 400 organizations that work to promote interreligious dialogue around the world.

An Historic Overview of Faith Relations in Europe

The Long Journey in Getting to Know Each Other

Leading Interfaith Activists Explore the Interfaith Movement

RFFFPUSA and El-Hibri Foundation Celebrate Interfaith Harmony Week 2014

So You Want to Be an Interfaith Peacebuilder?

The Path Ahead for a Challenging New Field

Five Things Changing the Way Religions Interact

Report: A Season of International Interfaith Conferences

Global Dialogue: Probing the Possibilities

Report – International Interfaith Gatherings in Vienna

First Steps in Building a Global Interfaith Community

Death, destruction and United Nations preventive military efforts often command public and media attention. The other purposes and activities of the U.N. – concentrating, for instance, on developing respect for rights, preventing discrimination, economic development, and cultural coexistence – receive less attention.

What Happens When Governments Foster Interfaith Action?

The question is no longer, “Should governments foster interreligious action?” but instead, “How should they do it?” And then, “What happens when they do?”