If the coronavirus has taught us anything, it is that we are all equally human and vulnerable. Let us learn from this lesson to not only tackle this virus together as human beings, regardless of our background, but also tackle the dangers of stereotyping, hatred and dehumanisation that are equally contagious and destructive. As we […]
Our 2019 Annual report is out of the ovenandnow available If you want to see what we’ve been up to this last year, click here for the PDF version, or on the photo below for the interactive one
Our 2018 Annual Report is now out and about! Click here to see what we’ve been up to in the last year (PDF, 1.8 MB), or click on the photo below to check out the interactive version:
The Balfour Declaration: From Imagining a State to Re-imagining Majority-Minority Relations in Jewish Thought and the Jewish StateRead More - About The Balfour Declaration: From Imagining a State to Re-imagining Majority-Minority Relations in Jewish Thought and the Jewish State
By Ophir Yarden, ADAShA program director Read the full article at Academia.edu To the full book: Religious Imaginations: How Narratives of Faith are Shaping Today’s World, James Walters (ed.), 2018 In exploring the international status of the Balfour Declaration at the time of its promulgation, this essay demonstrates that it represented the global consensus circa […]
Why Should Jews Learn About Christianity?Read More - About Why Should Jews Learn About Christianity?
By Hana Bendcowsky, JCJCR Program Director In order to create an inclusive society, it is important for everyone to have some basic knowledge about and respect for other religious groups who are part of our society. This understanding both improves our relations with other communities but also helps us understand more about our own […]
Our 2017 Annual report is out of the oven and now available. If you want to see what we’ve been up to this last year, click here for the PDF version, or on the photo below for the interactive one!
Cynicism is the Name of the Game in JerusalemRead More - About Cynicism is the Name of the Game in Jerusalem
By Maayan Raveh* The Jerusalem Municipality and the State of Israel recently took action against the Churches in the capital. In response, the Churches closed the holiest place to Christian believers and sparked a storm in the world. The whole affair raises questions about the status and role of the Churches in Israel. Last […]
Why Was the Church of the Holy Sepulcher Closed?Read More - About Why Was the Church of the Holy Sepulcher Closed?
What is the background to the crisis in the relations between Israel and the heads of the Churches in Jerusalem? Dr. Amnon Ramon, Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research On Sunday, 25 February 2018, a historic and unprecedented incident occurred in the Old City of Jerusalem. Representatives of three of the most important Churches in the […]
Chaplaincy, the Holy Land and Multi-Narrative ToursRead More - About Chaplaincy, the Holy Land and Multi-Narrative Tours
By Lorne Anderson I thought I had a comprehensive handle on interfaith relationships. I had established the Interfaith Project with the Multi-Faith Chaplaincy center at James Cook University, worked as high school chaplain for 4 years and worked with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation as a Faiths Act Fellow. Combined, these experiences lead me […]
2nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Spiritual Care: Healing HatredRead More - About 2nd Annual Conference of the International Association for Spiritual Care: Healing Hatred
Summary and videos of the 2nd International Conference of Spiritual Care on Healing Hatred, held in Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Bet Jala in July 2017