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While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.


While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.


While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.


While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.


While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.



While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.



While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.



While interreligious dialogue benefits from being a scientific field of study, it also enjoys a great applied capacity for everyday human life, within all contexts and for all situations. If the importance of interreligious dialogue may have been questioned twenty years ago, nowadays its necessity has become obvious, and many would argue even urgent. The practice of using interreligious dialogue (IRD) for building social cohesion, peace, and reconciliation is rapidly emerging as a necessary tool for the twenty-first-century education tool-box.

This online course is the result of an ongoing collaboration with renowned universities such as the University of Montreal, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Institute for the Sciences of Religions in Barcelona.