2006 briefing paper prepared by Prof. Dr. Jamal Malik, University of Erfurt for the European Parliament, Committee on Education and Culture. Malik gives his views on how to engage in a sustainable intercultural and inter-religious dialogue. He deals with the form and the content of dialogue, with dialogue partners and forums and with the possibilities and limits of intercultural dialogue. His recommendations for European policy makers focus on the institutionalisation of dialogue as well as on education and media policies.
Islam and the EU: the merits and risks of intercultural dialogue
Article by Sara Silvestri published by the European Policy Centre in June 2007.
The Potential for Inter-religious Dialogue: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina
Article by Zoran Brajovic, University of Bonn and published by the Berghof Research Centre in 2006.
Promotion of Inter-religious Dialogue: report of the UN Secretary General
Views of UN member states on the promotion of IRD published in 2005.
Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations
Located in Birmingham, UK, the Centre publishes the Journal, of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, plus several other publications.
Located in Copehagen, Denmark. Recent publication entitled "Bridges not Walls".
Stiftelsen Abrahams Barn
Located in Stockholm, Sweden, this foundation is dedicated to multicultural and religious education with a focus on the commonalities between Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Located in St. Augustin, Germany, it is an association dedicated to the promote of Christian-Muslim dialogue.
Inter Faith Network
Founded in the UK in 1997, the Network is comprised of member organisations including 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.
International Interfaith Centre
Founded in Oxford, UK, the Centre promotes interreligious understanding and co-operation between different faith communities and organisations of religious or spiritual conviction
Interreligiöse Arbeitsstelle - INTRA
The Insitute for Inter-religious Studies is an association of educationalists, theologians, teachers, economists and other interested people who want to promote interfaith dialogue through encounters and publications.
Interfaith dialogue in Norway
This website provides information and data on interfaith dialogue in Norway including publications, key centres/networks, etc.