Interreligious Dialogue Conference

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Discussing the functions, rights and responsibilities of religious bodies in a society where religion is often perceived as the embodiment of fundamentalism[edit]

Young Jewish, Muslim and Christian professionals discussed projects and cooperation between faith-based organizations at the Interreligious Dialogue Conference in Seville in 2010. The conference was aimed at developing best practices in the intricate field of interreligious dialogue. Jews, Christians and Muslims, aged to 26 from 40, used the conference as an instrument for improving and developing frameworks for monitoring and preventing anti-semitism, racism, islamophobia, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance. It continues each year to promote interfaith relations and deter the negative connotations of religion.