Intercultural and Interreligious Dialogue
Interfaith and intercultural dialogue have the potential to bring people from across religious traditions and diverse cultures together around shared social and political challenges. These resources highlight the perspectives of religious leaders, scholars, activists, writers, and students working across differences to learn from others and accomplish shared goals.
August 6, 2021
Pope Francis, Grand Imam Al-Tayyeb, and Ayatollah Al-Sistani: What Do Their Relationships Mean for Us?
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. EDT Online
Discover the firsthand experiences of faith leaders, activists, and peacebuilding practitioners working on issues ranging from development and education to conflict resolution and foreign policy.
For over a decade, Berkley Center scholars and students have been conducting interviews with individuals working at the intersection of religion and world affairs. These discussions offer unique insights into the inner workings of a wide spectrum of professions touched by religion with interviewees ranging from the highest levels of leadership of international organizations to on-the-ground practitioners. Explore individual interviews here or follow links to our interview collections below:
February 22, 2020
Event Summary August 25, 2021
Lesson Plan July 1, 2021
Policy Brief June 28, 2021