It is our firm belief that genuine dialogue is essential for peaceful human coexistence and enables positive change. Addressing deeply rooted divisions and tensions, we have established programs to facilitate dialogue locally, nationally, regionally and internationally among groups from different countries, faiths and cultures. In this way we foster understanding and cooperation and support the development of community and civil society leaders for peace and justice. Adapting our approach according to various situations enables us to reach out to a wide range of actors in society.
International Dialogue Camp 2017
28 09 2017 |
"Interfaith Relations in a Troubled World"
September 28 - October 3, 2017
Dhour El Choueir- Lebanon
Extremism. Tolerance. Peace. Conflict. East. West. Apply now to learn about Who, What & How through interfaith dialogue!
For more info, check out the participants guidelines on:
CFS: A Cultural Day in Damascus
09 09 2017 |
Within the framework of the Safe Spaces for Children Project supported by the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue FDCD, the Charitable Association for Sustainable Development in Damascus organized a cultural day targeting about 100 displaced children and orphans from the association.
The first stop was in Al-Zahraa Complex’s astronomical observatory and aimed to introduce children to the solar system, before heading to the historical Khan Assad Basha, where cultural and...
CFS: M&E training workshop
20 08 2017 |
As part of the project aiming to build safe spaces to enhance Syrian children’s resilience capacity, and based on its constant commitment to build the capacity of its team and partners, the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue FDCD organized a training workshop on monitoring and evaluation between 17 and 20 August 2017.
The workshop aimed at providing partner organizations implementing the project with the knowledge, skills and capacities enabling them to fully manage their...
14 08 2017 |
FDCD contributes in the success of Ensan Platform. It is a Syrian space that sheds the spotlight on humanitarian work, beat out of it, adopt humanitarian disciplines and values, and believes that humanitarian work has its main role in building a flexible and civilized society for the future Syria.
The platform is available only in Arabic for the current time: http://www.ensan.online/ar/
CFS: A trip to the book fair in Damascus
12 08 2017 |
As part of the Safe Spaces for Children Project, Nahel Community Center in Mezze 86 organized a cultural trip on 12 August 2017 to the Book Fair, and one of the children participated in the Injzaz event in coordination with Ma’an Naqraa team.