Our services and areas of interest:
Providing safe spaces
for dialogue and conversation among representatives of
different religions and faith traditions
Social media campaigns
Printed materials, post cards, booklets
Intercultural Achievement Award – 2018.
The “School of Interreligious Journalism” is a project concerned primarily with combatting “fake news” and biased reporting on social media by creating a shared space for dialogue for media specialists and religious leaders.
The Intercultural Achievement Award (IAA) was established in 2014
The Intercultural Achievement Award (IAA) was established in 2014 as a key project in Austrian international cultural policy. It aims to identify and honour innovative, practice-oriented projects in the area of intercultural dialogue at an Austrian and an international level and, in doing so, to make a contribution to current global issues.
The Intercultural Achievement Award is a tribute to everyone who dedicates themselves to fostering dialogue between People, Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl said. Competition for the IAA takes place within the network of the international Austrian representations, and the winners are selected by an independent jury of experts for the following categories: sustainability, recent events, innovation and media.
Awards, Honors, Grants & Distinctions
Face of the City Award, 2014
EVZ Foundation Grant – Intercultural Digital Caravan, 2021
Orthodox Church of Ukraine Award, 2015
Part of the “High Standards of Journalism National Award”, 2016
KAICIID and John Paul II Center Grant – Interfaith Espresso Workshop, 2019
Intercultural Achievement Award, 2018
6 Degrees Junior Fellowship – Integration of Internally Displaced Persons Initiative, 2017
About Dialogue“Dialogue is the only alternative we have to promote peace, justice and a flourishing society. Interfaith dialogue engages people of different faiths and religious traditions to come up with the best solutions to the pressings problems we all face.”
About Dialogue“DIALOGUE and EDUCATION are fundamental for flourishing societies and indicators of progress of human civilization”.
About Dialogue“Opting for peace does not mean a passive acquiescence to evil or compromise of principle. It demands an active struggle against hatred, oppression and disunity, but not by using methods of violence. Building peace requires creative and courageous action. A commitment to peace is a labor of patience and perseverance. It involves as well a readiness to examine self-critically the relationship of our traditions to those social, economic and political structures which are frequently agents of violence and injustice”.