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FODIP - The Forum for Discussion of Israel and Palestine

FODIP is a registered UK charity. Its remit is to host and facilitate sensitively inter faith dialogue on the Israeli Palestinian conflict, within and between Jews, Christians, Muslims and others in the UK, and to promote co-operation through dialogue.

Interfaith Community

The Interfaith Community is a members-led association of Jewish-Christian families in the Metropolitan New York area. It encourages the celebration of the richness and distinctiveness of both Judaism and Christianity, and — through religious services and educational programs for both children and adults — supports individuals as they pursue their own course, at their own level of involvement. It does not aim to provide a new amalgam of both traditions or to discourage formal affiliation with a church or synagogue.

Interfaith Network for the UK

The Inter Faith Network for the UK was founded in 1987 to promote good relations between people of different faiths in this country. Its member organisations include representative bodies from the Baha'i; Buddhist; Christian; Hindu; Jain; Jewish; Muslim; Sikh; and Zoroastrian communities; national and local inter faith bodies; and academic institutions and educational bodies concerned with inter faith issues.

Interfaith Relations, National Council of Churches

The NCC Office for Interfaith Relations provides resources for Christians to explore the challenges and opportunities of living among people of other faiths.

Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC)

IFYC's work is based on three guiding ideas that draw from relevant social science data and research: 1. Appreciative knowledge of diverse religious traditions and philosophical perspectives; 2. Meaningful encounters between people of different faith and philosophical backgrounds; 3. Common action projects between people of different backgrounds.

International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF)

The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is a UK-based charity working for freedom of religion & belief at a global level. We have a century-plus history of encouraging interfaith dialogue & tolerance, with member groups in 25 countries, from faith traditions including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Shinto & Zoroastrianism.

International Interfaith Centre Oxford UK

The International Interfaith Centre promotes interreligious understanding and co-operation between different faith communities and organisations of religious or spiritual conviction. In support of this aim, IIC will 1. facilitate communication between international interfaith organisations including an annual meeting of the International Interfaith Organisation Network; 2. develop a Study Centre for high quality research and education on interreligious issues; 3. organise projects and conferences which promote religious conflict resolution and dialogue.

International Interfaith Organisations Network (IION)

For a just and peaceful world, the International Interfaith Organisations Network (IION) provides a forum for the participating organisations to share information, challenges and solutions and support each other.

Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel

Founded in January 1991, ICCI is now Israel’s best-known and most-respected inter-religious organization. As an umbrella organization, it comprises 75 Christian, Palestinian/Muslim, and Jewish institutions, including Jewish-Arab coexistence organizations, museums, universities, and other inter-religious organizations. ICCI also serves as the Israel chapter of Religions for Peace (WCRP) and as a member of the International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ).

Interreligious Information Center (IIC)

Eounded in 1996. Through research, academic exchanges, educational programs, media outreach, IIC develops projects and activities to enhance greater understanding of faiths and religion in our society. IIC works with all major faith groups.