Global Dialogue Institute

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Global Dialogue Institute

"If the world is to maximize the incredibly creative power released by the cross pollinating interaction of massive world-wide developments that are bringing about the "global village," and at the same time minimize the potentially destructive forces of these very developments, humankind must quickly and consciously turn its attention and energies to developing and promoting, on all levels, authentic dialogue. It is to that end that first the Institute for Interreligious, Intercultural Dialogue (IIID) and subsequently the Global Dialogue Institute (GDI) were founded. The purpose of the GDI is to promote dialogue in the broadest and deepest sense among individuals and groups of different religions and cultures, focusing especially though not exclusively on the "opinion-shapers" of society, such as scholars, professionals, and institutional & business leaders." [1]


Accessed July 2008: [2]



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  1. Dialogue and Community, Temple University, accessed July 29, 2008.
  2. Trustees, Global Dialogue Institute, accessed July 29, 2008.