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25 April, 2006

Diversity and Dialogue launches new Website

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 has launched a new website to promote its work.

Hannah Clayton from Diversity and Dialogue described the new site as having “a funky new design and lots more information.” She urged visitors to “check out ‘Latest News’ for an update on the making of our new DVD, Living in a Multi-faith Society, and ‘Our Projects’ for much more detailed information on the work that we have been doing with young people.”

The Diversity and Dialogue project exists to get young people talking and thinking about their beliefs and values. What kind of society they want and how they can make it happen. It develops ways to promote dialogue among young people by engaging them in local and global issues – and in putting their values into practice

Current projects include a directory of initiatives going on across the UK to bring young people of different faiths and backgrounds together. 76 projects are listed so far and they are hoping to reach 100.

In addition they are developing educational resources to encourage young people to talk about their beliefs and values and how they influence their attitudes to the world around them. These will include their new DVD, ideas and advice on setting up youth interfaith projects and events, and activities and discussion frameworks for use in schools and youth groups. These will be available free online, or by post from Diversity and Dialogue.

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