Building Good Relations with People of Different Faiths and Beliefs (Code)

In 1993, IFN developed, in consultation with its member bodies, guidance on Building Good Relations with People of Different Faiths and Beliefs. All member bodies subscribe to this guidance, and it has been used widely.

Moving forward together - Report of the 30th Anniversary National Meeting of IFN

Report on 2017 National Meeting, looking at IFN's past, present and future; extremism, hatred and inter faith engagement; education and dialogue; communicating in the digital world; and cooperating for the common good.

Let’s Talk: Practical Pointers for Inter Faith Dialogue

A booklet offering some short reflections and examples drawn from the work of IFN and its member bodies, with the aim of inspiring and encouraging further discussion and engagement.

Inter faith learning, dialogue and cooperation: Next Steps

A booklet containing information and pointers about different ways to get further involved with inter faith activity.

‘Tough to Talk?’ - Report on IFN National Meeting 2014

Report on a meeting to explore the wide ranging issues which could be difficult to tackle in inter faith contexts and to reflect on how these were being approached around the UK in different settings.

Bilateral Inter Faith Dialogue in the UK

This report records the proceedings of a day conference looking at the special value of dialogue between people of two different faith traditions: bilateral dialogue.

Time to Talk: Faiths at the table of Dialogue in Today’s UK

Report on IFN's 2003 National Meeting, looking at the importance of dialogue for overcoming prejudice and inherited myths.

Mission, Dialogue and Inter Religious Encounter

Does true dialogue inevitably exclude mission? What are the ethics of mission and of dialogue in a multi faith country? This consultative document was issued in July 1993 to encourage discussion and reflection on these issues.

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