The International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID)


The International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID)

KAICIID is an intergovernmental organization whose mandate is to promote the use of dialogue globally to prevent and resolve conflict to enhance understanding and cooperation. Over a seven-year-long negotiation and development process, KAICIID’s mandate and structure were designed to foster dialogue among people of different faiths and cultures that bridges animosities, reduces fear and instills mutual respect.

KAICIID is the only intergovernmental organization with a Board of Directors made up of representatives from major world religions.

The Founding States of the Centre (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Republic of Austria and Kingdom of Spain) constitute the “Council of Parties” responsible for overseeing the work of the Centre; the Holy See is admitted as a Founding Observer to the Centre.

The International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID) seeks to bring religious leaders and political decision-makers together to develop and implement multilateral social cohesion building and conflict resolution initiatives. KAICIID supports experts, trainees and organizations working in this area through capacity building programs, workshops, training and partnerships.

KAICIID Projects

– Dialogo game
– Kaiciid and the Un
– Our work in the Central African Republic
– Promoting coexistence in the Arab region
– Interreligious & intercultural outreach in Austria
– Incorporating dialogue into the Scouts program
– Supporting inclusive dialogue in Myanmar
– Program for the social inclusion of people seeking refuge in Europe
– Peace and reconciliation through interreligious dialogue in Nigeria


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