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The Dublin City Interfaith Forum (DCIF) is a network of people from a wide variety of faith communities in the city. It seeks to raise awareness of the diversity of faith and culture through deep interfaith dialogue and co-operation.

We envisage a society based on mutual respect, co-operation and understanding driven by progressive pluralism and unity, diverse and vibrant, throughout Ireland and the World.

The Blanquerna Observatory is an interdisciplinary and multidimensional space of research and divulgation of activities, linking the realm of communication with the phenomenon of religion and culture. It acts as an eye, on religious information tendencies, religion in the media and its interaction with the new technologies, the relationship it has with society and the space it occupies in the public sphere — from a fresh, wide and contemporary perspective.

The Edinburgh Interfaith Association brings faith communities together, promoting understanding, trust and positive action. We offer our expertise on interfaith programming including training and consultancy and faith and equality issues to all.


We have platforms for deeper dialogue and cooperation, including educational programmes in schools and online and host regular community events and talks.


The National Forum for Cooperation of Religions in Finland (CORE Forum) is an inter-faith organization that fosters social peace and freedom ofreligion by promoting inter-faith dialogue and mutual respect. The founding member communities of the Forum are the Central Council of
Jewish Communities in Finland, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, the Finnish Ecumenical Council (SEN), the Finnish Islamic Congregation and the Islamic Council of Finland (SINE). The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Finnish Buddhist Union became observer members of the Forum in 2020.

The CORE Forum cooperates with the public authorities, acts as an expert in religious matters, participates in social dialogue and organises various events. In all our work, we promote the visible role of religion in everyday life and the visibility of religious representatives as active social participants