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Abrahamic Common Traditions: U.S.-Indonesia Interfaith Dialogue on Peace

Zoom

This webinar will feature discussions on: 1. Relevance of Abrahamic Inter-Religious Dialogue and Recent Developments in the Middle East to Indonesia. 2. Role of the Faith Leaders in Promoting Peace and Reconciliation. 3. A Holocaust Survivor’s Story – Adoption by Indonesian Neighbors in the Netherlands. Hosted by: American Jewish Committee’s Asia Pacific Institute, Leimena Institute, USAID’s Asia Bureau, and US-Indonesia ...

Building Mutual Understanding Between Muslims, Christians, and Jews as an Abrahamic Family Through Education

Zoom

Hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs and the Leimena Institute, this webinar will look at how we can build mutual understanding and respect between Muslims, Christians, and Jews as an Abrahamic family through education, especially through primary and secondary schools. Such education is urgently needed nowadays where Islamophobia, antisemitism, and other forms of religious hatred are abound. The ...

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CROSS-CULTURAL RELIGIOUS LITERACY: A NEW APPROACH FOR A MULTI-FAITH COLLABORATION (WHILE STRENGTHENING YOUR OWN FAITH)

Zoom

Finding solutions to global challenges demands different perspectives, as well as partnerships among individuals and institutions who do not necessarily share the same values. At the national level, Indonesia’s independence in 1945 was accomplished due to the competencies of the nation’s founders from different religions and beliefs to collaborate for a common goal without sacrificing their individual faiths or trying ...

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Madrasah’s Contribution in Religious Harmony: Cross-Cultural Religious Literacy Approach

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Finding solutions to global challenges demands different perspectives, as well as partnerships among individuals and institutions who do not necessarily share the same values. At the national level, Indonesia’s independence in 1945 was accomplished due to the competencies of the nation’s founders from different religions and beliefs to collaborate for a common goal without sacrificing their individual faiths or trying ...

Free