Jubilo Project 1
AND INTERFAITH DIALOGUE
Conflict prevention and transformation, ethnic integration
peace building through intercultural and interfaith dialogue.
the Culture-Education Programmes.
Addressing the SDGs 4 and 16.
ENDORSED BY THE
COUNCIL OF 100
THE WORLD ECONOMIC
FORUM, DAVOS 2006.
PROJECT OF COMPARATIVE RELIGION,
by an international Advisory Board, fosters the conflict prevention,
ethnic integration and peace building actions through a comparative
in-depth, open, respectful and tolerant dialogue among the Abrahamic
faiths and cultures. It embodies a treefold structure: The Abrahm's
Legacy television seris, the Tea for Peace round-table
dialogues, and The Spirit Inspires my Way multimedia series.
By prompting the comparative vision, the Project underlines the
contribution of different cultures to our common heritage and lifestyles;
raises awareness of the importance of exploring together the means
to develop an active participation in our society respecting cultural
diversity – cornerstone for a sustainable peace process and world
unity in a community based on common shared values. It tests, influences
and informs public policy.
It is a powerful educational agent able to reach all segments of
the international society, educating – particularly young people
beyond schools and curricula to the vital values and sense
of belonging to the human community
of global citizen.
Jubilo, from Late Latin júbilum, jubilare,
«to shout for joy, rejoicing», from Greek iabelaios,
from iobelos, from Hebrew yôbhêl, «jubilee,»
formerly «a trumpet, ram’s horn,» lit. «ram.»
Imam of Masjid al-Farah, New York; Founder
and Chairman of The Cordoba Initiative, and of the ASMA
Society, New York, USA.
University (IUR), Rotterdam; Professor of Islamic Law
and Turkish Law History, (IUR), Netherlands.
Aziza [Shams Nadir]
Professor of Sociology, Sorbonne University;
former Director, Intercultural Studies, Unesco, Paris; Director
Mediterranean Observatory, Rome, Italy.
Movement in the Netrherlands; President, World Conference
for Religions for Peace (WCRP) in the Netherlands, The Hague.
Bishop of Oxford (A), Church
of England; former professor of Philosophy, Oxford University,
and Warden of St. Augustine College, Canterbury, UK.
Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations;
William R. Kenan Professor; Department of Religious Studies,
University of North Carolina, USA.
University Professor; Professor of Religion
and International Affairs and of Islamic Studies; Founding Director
for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University,
Washington, D.C., USA.
of Breda; President, National Catholic Contact Council for
Interfaith Dialogue (CID), Netherlands.
Professor of Islamic Mysticism, PISAI,
Gregorian University, Rome, Italy; Professor of Comparative
Religions, Theological Institute, Cairo, Egypt.
Rabbi, in Congregation of The Hague and
Utrecht; President, European Region, World
Union for Progressive Judaism; Founder and Chair of the
Jewish Institute for Human Values, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Secretary General, World Conference of
Religions for Peace (WCPR),
New York, USA.