Interfaith partners

The Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs cooperates with numerous institutions worldwide in the field of interfaith dialogue.

Al Amana Centre Muscat, Oman

The Al Amana Centre is related to the Reformed Church of America and works internationally for the common good by building bridges of understanding and cooperation between Muslims and Christians.

St. Philip’s Centre, Leicester, UK

St. Philip’s Centre is a charity set up in 2006 under the aegis of the Archbishop of Canterbury and is rooted in the multi-faith environment of Leicester, the UK’s most ethnically diverse city.

United Religions Initiative (URI)

URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities and the world.

Al Istiqama, Tanzania

University of Cambridge, UK

Each summer, the Cambridge University Inter-faith Programme brings together an international group of emerging religious leaders from Islamic, Christian and Jewish backgrounds for an intensive period of immersion in interfaith and cross-cultural encounter, to resource practical peacemaking and conflict-transformation efforts.