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Promising Practices

Promising Practices is a collation and expansion of existing documentation on promising practices in interreligious dialogue. Our database offers guidelines and focuses on the concrete implementation of interreligious and intercultural dialogue practices around the world.

Describe your idea, or activity of an interfaith practice for others to replicate


Through providing different aspects and ideas our aim is to compliment the great work that has been already done in the field of Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue. Information and field data published in this resource are for informational purposes only, and neither KAICIID nor the Dialogue Knowledge Hub guarantee in any way success of the implementation of the activity.

While we wish all the activities and initiatives featured in this resource could be replicable in as many context around the world as possible, there are often certain limitations, such as the suitability for particular cultures or religious communities. However, there is always room to explore and adjust activities in regards to the community’s environment.

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Social Leadership

“Active Citizens” is a social leadership programme launched by the British Council that promotes intercultural dialogue and social responsibility around the world. Through its programme, Active Citizens brings together people with different beliefs and perspectives to learn from and share their experiences with each other. They train participants in the skills and knowledge needed to affect social change in their communities.

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Attend Each Other’s Religious Celebrations

Attending or participating in celebrations and ceremonies of different religious communities generates a better understanding of each other’s religions and creates an opportunity to connect across religious traditions. The practice can take place in worship places, in people’s houses during celebration times of the respective traditions or even in neutral rooms, depending on the needs, and may be conducted by individuals and groups alike. It is also possible to come together for meditation or common prayers without the context of a particular religious holiday. Designed as an interreligious experience, the practice encourages deeper understanding of participating religious communities as well as the place of the dialogue participants within each of them, as such visits further consolidate the dialogue by seeing a religious person ‘in action’ within the context of their respective religious communities.

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Creation of Interfaith Meeting Space

A religious community, a local government or an NGO is providing a place dedicated to interfaith dialogue in a multireligious city or territory. The space can either be used for dialogical events or serve as a co-working dialogue space. Through sharing the space with other people and/or interfaith associations, creativity and energy is enhanced, which benefits the quality of interfaith dialogue and the resulting actions. This design may assist under-resourced interfaith charities and NGOs by decreasing their respective overall costs

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