• Adyan Foundation

    Adyan, a Lebanese foundation for interreligious studies and spiritual solidarity, was founded in 2006, as multi-faith based, independent and nonprofit NGO that operates in Lebanon and internationally. Adyan aims to promote awareness and objective knowledge about religious and interreligious issues especially in the framework of pluralistic societies, and to foster dialogue and interfaith solidarity.

    Beirut – http://www.adyanvillage.net/


    Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS)  promotes the sanctity, equity, and harmony of life. It seeks to contribute to the transformation of society by nurturing moral and spiritual awareness, enhancing a sense of belonging, promoting respect for diversity, addressing conflict, and advancing social justice for individuals and communities.

    Cairo – http://www.ceoss-eg.org/

  • Danmission

    Danmission is a church-based organization working in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It was established in 2000 as a merger between the Danish Missionary Society and the Danish Santal Mission. Danmission strive to fight poverty, to help churches to develop, and to facilitate dialogue to increase peace and mutual understanding.

    Copenhagen – https://www.danmission.dk/ 

  • FDCD

    Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue (FDCD) based in Beirut, Lebanon, with a regional outlook promotes peacebuilding, equal citizenship, and human rights in the Middle East by creating common spaces for dialogue and building the capacity of community and civil society groups to be catalysts for peace, with a focus on women and youth.

    Beirut – http://www.fdcd.org/


    The Royal Institute for Interfaith studies (RIIFS) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in 1994  in Amman, Jordan, under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal. RIIFS provides a venue for the interdisciplinary study of intercultural and interreligious issues with the aim of defusing tensions and promoting peace, regionally and globally. 

    Amman - http://www.riifs.org/