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About Diversity and Dialogue

Diversity and Dialogue is no longer running, but you may still find this website and the resources useful if you are planning youth interfaith and intercultural work, or have an interest in good practice in this area. We are still seeking funding to develop new Diversity and Dialogue projects.

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Broadening Horizons video and Case Study for the Rural-Urban School Linking pilot now available

The Case Study, used in conjunction with the Broadening Horizons 10-minute DVD linked below, serves as a resource to share the learning from this pilot project with teachers, schools, organisations and all others who are interested in undertaking a similar linking project and learning from our experience.

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The Rural-Urban Secondary School Linking pilot project is a great success - See 10-minute video within

A group of 15 Year 8 pupils from Tom Hood Science College in Leytonstone, East London and a group of 14 Year 8 students at Sir James Smith's Community School in Camelford recently completed this pilot project, which was launched and managed by Diversity and Dialogue, and was made possible through the support of The Pears Foundation and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. 

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D&D's National Youth Forum (NYF) – 25 April 2008

Bringing together a diverse cross-section of over 100 young people aged 16 -19, the NYF was a day-long conference that created an open, frank and robust space for dialogue and action.

It centred around pro-active discussion about and responses to the following issues identified by the 8-person youth working committee:

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New pilot programme to link rural and urban schools

Supported by the Pears Foundation and the Gulbenkian Foundation, the Rural-Urban School Exchange will link 15 students (age 13-14) from Sir James Smith school in Cornwall and 15 students from Tom Hood School in East London.

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Diversity and Dialogue now enters second phase

After a successful first phase from 2004 to 2006, then led by Save the Children UK, Diversity and Dialogue now enters its second phase. James Sevitt, Diversity and Dialogue Project Manager talks about how the project has been developing.

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Young Londoners address religion and diversity in the city

‘Believing in London’ brought together 100 young Londoners from a wide range of different faiths and backgrounds. It asked them to share their experiences of religion and diversity in London. Participants came in school groups, with youth or faith groups or as individuals.

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Diversity and Dialogue moves to the Citizenship Foundation

Diversity and Dialogue, the joint agency project which aims to create better understanding between young people from different faiths and backgrounds has moved to the Citizenship Foundation to start its second phase, after more than two years based at Save the Children.

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Diversity and Dialogue launches final project report and educational resources

Diversity and Dialogue, the charity coalition led by Save the Children in partnership with the Citizenship Foundation and seven other faith based and secular NGOs have launched their final project report.

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