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Auburn Theological Seminary Center for Multifaith Education
Auburn Seminary educates leaders to meet the challenges of religious and
public life. Today, religious communities that seek to reconcile all
people to each other and to God require leaders of great wisdom and skill.
To prepare people for these challenges, Auburn sponsors programs on
complex issues in religious traditions and contemporary life, gathers
critical intelligence about religion and education in our society, and
encourages thoughtful conversation across the often divisive boundaries of
faith, race, class and gender.
CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership
recognized for its important inter-denominational education programs that
are focused on religious differences within the Jewish community, has
become a leader more recently in interfaith education.
Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education
Understanding the search for meaning as universal and essential, we
support that search as necessary to the nourishment of young people of
conscience and community. We serve as a national resource for schools to
encourage the moral, ethical, and spiritual development of young people.
We promote community service, providing resources and a network for
schools' involvement in community service and service learning. We develop
programs and services, which encourage a school climate of open ethical
and religious inquiry and expression. We support instruction in world
religions and ethics as essential components of a complete education.
The Global Dialogue Institute
The purpose of the GDI is to promote dialogue in the broadest sense among
individuals and groups of different religions and cultures, focusing
especially though not exclusively on the "opinion-shapers" of society,
scholars, professionals, as well as institutional and business leaders.
The Pluralism Project
The Pluralism Project was
developed by Diana L. Eck at Harvard University to study and document the
growing religious diversity of the United States, with a special view to
its new immigrant religious communities. As part of this research, the
Pluralism Project explores how the United States is changing as we begin
to appropriate this new religious diversity in our public life and
institutions, and in emerging forms of interfaith relationships.
The RE (Religious Education) Site
World Interfaith Education Association
WIFEA (Ontario) will build
partnerships to design and promote relevant educational programs which
develop knowledge about diverse beliefs, faiths and spiritual traditions,
and the skills necessary to nurture the values of mutual understanding,
respect and cooperation among all people.