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Phone: 312-629-2991 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.parliamentofreligions.org The Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions was founded in 1988 as a non-profit organization rooted in a legacy of the first Parliament of the World’s Religions held in Chicago nearly a century before. Held in tandem with the Chicago’s 1893 Columbian Exposition, the World’s Congress of Religion—also known as the World’s Parliament... Read more about Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions
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Address: 325 North Lasalle Street #775, Chicago, IL 60654, USA Website: http://www.ifyc.org
The mission of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) is to make interfaith cooperation a social norm. Too often, religion is seen as a barrier of division. IFYC believes people of all faith and secular traditions can build a bridge of cooperation, strengthening our civil society and promoting common good for all... Read more about Interfaith Youth Core
From April 7-10, 2010, the Pluralism Project participated in the Religion Communication Congress held in Chicago, Illinois. The Congress, held once every 10 years, brings together hundreds of communications professionals in an interfaith forum to learn new skills, to network, and to creatively respond to the current challenges in the field. The 2010 theme, “Embracing Change: Communicating Faith in Today’s World,” was explored by a number of plenary speakers, workshops, and special events.
Pluralism Project Director Diana Eck presented in the same plenary with Dr. Ingrid Mattson, president of... Read more about Pluralism Project at the Religion Communication Congress 2010
Following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, America experienced a rude awakening of its multi-religious landscape in the form of public religious prejudice, stereotypical mentalities, hate crimes, and outright ignorance—all of which created an atmosphere of two extremes: those who were feared, and those who were fearful. According to Unequal Protection: The Status of Muslim Civil Rights in the United States 2005, an annual report issued by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR...