Mapping Interfaith Dialogue Work: On Campus and Around the World

September 22, 2011

The Berkley Center has compiled a set of knowledge resources allowing users to explore the engagement of the world’s religious traditions around theological questions and in their efforts to collaborate on questions of peace, human rights, and economic and social development. Explore work on campus at Georgetown and at colleges and universities around the United States, in Washington, DC, and around the world.
Interreligious Dialogue at Georgetown
As a Catholic, Jesuit university that also welcomes many members of the collegiate community who belong to diverse religious traditions, Georgetown promotes interfaith understanding, respect, and dialogue through its support for a wide array of organizations and programs. Explore campus groups engaged in effort to expand interfaith cooperation throughout the campus, city, and worldwide.

Interreligious Dialogue on Campus
University and college campuses are emerging as critical spaces for the advancement of interfaith dialogue. As the United States grows more diverse culturally and religiously, institutions of higher learning have a key role to play in building knowledge and promoting the exchange of ideas. Students have taken the lead in developing new initiatives that engage commonalities and differences across traditions and advance collaboration around issues of democracy and social justice -- on campus, across the country, and around the world. To help network these efforts, this page maps organizations active in this area and provides a news feed about student interfaith dialogue.

Washington, DC –Based Interfaith Initiatives
As the nation's capital, Washington, DC offers a unique environment in which diverse cultures and religious traditions can come together to discuss issues of mutual concern in culture and politics. Explore the organizations engaged in promoting interfaith dialogue and understanding within the Washington, DC metropolitan area and beyond

Interreligious Dialogue Worldwide
Interreligious dialogue describes exchanges among religious practitioners and communities on matters of doctrine and issues of mutual concern in culture and politics. Explore the engagement of the world's religious traditions around theological questions and in their efforts to collaborate on questions of peace, human rights, and economic and social development.
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