On World Refugee Day, June 20, HIAS, a longstanding humanitarian organization with an incredible history of aiding refugees and KAICIID’s Network for Dialogue member, held a series of events across Europe to commemorate and celebrate the resilience and strength of displaced people. HIAS, formerly known as the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, has been assisting refugeesContinue reading HIAS: Celebrating World Refugee Day and a Historic Legacy of Helping Refugees
Stepping into the vibrant dawn of February 1, 2023, we at God’s House joined a beacon ofhope projected from the city of Malmö, Sweden – an enlightening webinar hosted by ourfellow peacemakers at Amanah, local interfaith Muslim-Jewish initiative. Aptly titled“Overcoming Tensions and Building Harmony – Cities, Faith and Community Forum”, theevent punctuated the World InterfaithContinue reading Battling Hate with Hope: Interfaith Initiatives in Scandinavia
“Human Voices is an amazing project which is available in three languages and proves that the power of storytelling is one of the most important tools to overcome prejudices,” says Aleksandra Djuric Milovanovic, Network for Dialogue Coordinator. “The project recognizes life stories which have commonalities across the world, as well as reflecting the obstacles andContinue reading Human Voices: Using Personal Stories to Promote Inclusion and Empathy for Europe’s Refugees
If you want to effect policy change for refugees and migrants in Europe, you have to bring hard work and bold ideas – or so say members of the KAICIID-supported Network for Dialogue who attended a three-day retreat in Caux, Switzerland this past weekend.
Dima Mahjoub, a researcher concerning peacebuilding from JLU Gießen and a member of the Diaspora Network Alliance, recently participated in the International Summer School “Transnationalism and Localization in Social Work,” organized by Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences together with Yarmouk University in Jordan. The event brought together professors, researchers, and students from Germany, Jordan, andContinue reading Strengthening Human Dignity and Refugees through Dialogue: Frankfurt and Yarmouk University Summer School Insights