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Interreligious Insight

Represents a new publishing endeavour at a time of profound transition in global relationships. As a shared venture between three interfaith groups, it aims to transcend narrow interests by providing a platform for reflecting with passion on many of the critical issues facing our world.

Israel Interfaith Association (IIA)

The Israel Interfaith Association is an independent organization that has been working since its inception in the year 1959 throughout the country to promote understanding and mutual respect between all the sects, religions, and ethnic groups within Israel. (English and German website)

National Conference for Community and Justice (Connecticut / Wester Massachusetts)

1095 Day Hill Road, Suite 100 Windsor, CT 06095 EMAIL:

North American Interfaith Network (NAIN)

The North American Interfaith Network is a non-profit association of interfaith organizations and agencies in Canada, Mexico and the United States.

Peace Council

The Peace Council is a diverse group of religious and spiritual individuals who are internationally known and respected and who have decided to come together to understand one another and work together. The mission of the Peace Council is to demonstrate that peace is possible, and that effective interreligious collaboration to make peace also is possible.

Religions for Peace / World Conference on Religion and Peace (WCRP)

Religions for Peace is the largest international coalition of representatives from the world’s great religions dedicated to promoting peace. Religions for Peace brings together hundreds of key religious leaders every five years to discuss the great issues of our time. In August 2006, the Eighth World Assembly convened in Kyoto.

Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding

Although we are a secular, non-sectarian organization, our mission is rooted in the work of the late Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, one of the 20th century’s pre-eminent activists and scholars in interreligious relations. First and foremost a fosterer of interreligious education and dialogue, his work had a deeply practical bent. It saw its fullest expression in his determination to confront and address the roots of religious hatred, and to ensure that no victim of bigotry or violence would go unnoticed by the world.

Temple of Understanding (ToU)

The Temple of Understanding has led the way in interfaith education and advocacy for 50 years. We educate youth and adults both cross culturally and inter-religiously for global citizenship and peaceful coexistence; advocate for acceptance and respect for religious pluralism by the worlds governing bodies; and actively continue to promote justice and tolerance.

Three Faiths Forum (London)

The Three Faiths Forum has worked to encourage dialogue and confront prejudice for more than ten years. Our objective is to build lasting relationships between people of different faiths, cultures and communities.

United Religions Initiative (URI)

URI (United Religions Initiative) is an internationally recognized interfaith network active in 78 countries with its global office in San Francisco, California. We cultivate and connect grassroots change-makers across religious, cultural and geographic boundaries, harnessing their collective power to take on religiously motivated violence and social, economic and environmental crises that destabilize regions and contribute to poverty.