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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

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  • Would you feel confident discussing beliefs and worldview with someone from a very different cultural background?

  • If you heard someone (a peer or colleague) railing against a religion, calling it violent or harmful, how would you respond?

Religion is a common taboo in UK society. Combined with prejudicial attitudes, this can lead to ignorance, discrimination and isolation.

Through a series of interactive sessions, the Cambridge Interfaith Programme offers a skills-based approach to enhancing religious sensitivities and growing your confidence in meaningful cross-cultural conversation.  This can be applied in workplaces, communities and educational settings.

Under development

This area of work is under development, with trials ongoing. If you or your organisation would be interested in sessions, please send an enquiry.

Latest news

Event report: Rupture and Reconciliation

10 July 2024

Last month, on June 14, 2024, CIP was glad to host a one-day student symposium entitled “Rupture and Reconciliation”. Lia Kornmehl and Dr. Hina Khalid, of the Faculty of...

Event report: The Homeric Centos as intercultural text

28 June 2024

On 19th June 2024, the Cambridge Interfaith Programme and the Faculty of Divinity hosted a book launch for Dr Anna Lefteratou’s recent monograph The Homeric Centos: Homer and...

Diverse identities, shared values—an address to the incoming government

27 June 2024

“The knowledge and practice embodied in our religious and belief communities are integral to proactively creating the strong and resilient relationships required for the...