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The Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme has been able to develop its extensive programme thanks to the the generosity and vision of a number of major benefactors.

The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme was a flagship project for the University's 800th Anniversary Campaign, and is attracting the support of religious and civic leaders, academics and benefactors across the faiths.

The University seeks to gather further support from a variety of public and private sources. The University welcomes the views of its supporters in helping to shape the future of this initiative and desires to keep our benefactors informed of and involved CIP’s work

Your gift could go towards:

  • Academic posts to enhance the core teaching and research strengths of the existing Faculty of Divinity; and administrative posts to support increased activities.
  • Funding for visiting scholars to spend periods in residence at Cambridge.
  • Scholarships to support MPhil and PhD students at Cambridge, to ensure a continuum of outstanding researchers representing all the major faiths.
  • Education and outreach activities that will bring together members of the three religious traditions for discussion, formal and informal, and joint study and research.

Progress at Cambridge has for centuries been achieved through a partnership of visionary academics and benefactors. This is an opportunity to be involved in the formative stages of an important project with enormous potential.

For funding enquiries contact

University of Cambridge Development Office
, 1 Quayside, 
Bridge Street, 

Tel +44 (0) 1223 332288
Fax +44 (0) 1223 764476

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Borders of Violence & Visions of Peace: The Religious Landscapes of South Asia

Oct 30, 2017

In October, Cambridge Inter-faith Programme hosted an exciting panel event as part of the University's Festival of Ideas

Borders of Violence & Visions of Peace: CIP at the Festival of Ideas

Oct 05, 2017

As part of the 2017 Cambridge Festival of Ideas, the Cambridge Inter-faith Programme is a hosting a panel discussion event about the religious landscapes of South Asia, focusing on the dynamic relationships between religions, including the promises of peace as well as the events of violence.

CIP and Stations of the Cross

Mar 20, 2017

The ground-breaking art exhibition Stations of the Cross is now taking place in America

Internship opportunity at Coexist House

Oct 25, 2016

An exciting chance to work with CIP's sister project, Coexist House - a newly registered charity aiming to transform religious understanding, perspectives and practices and to build better, more peaceful, relationships across divides.


Sep 15, 2016

Once again, Michael Wakelin, Director of Programmes for Coexist House, is going to run the Macclesfield Half Marathon to raise money for this important project.

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