Our Impact

A Real Future

A Real Future

A community can prepare for impending conflict. Dialogue doesn't prevent all problems: it equips you to overcome them.

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Healing the Violence

Healing the Violence

We probe, in knowledge and practice, the ways religion can be used to harm or heal. We work with practitioners to counteract the abuse of religion.

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Learning Each Other's Stories

Learning Each Other's Stories

Can it really be possible to overcome entrenched mistrust in a single day?

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About us

Learn more about our vision, our team and our work

Our Analysis

Real-Time Research

Real-Time Research

Summaries and fruits of commissioned research that have broader applicability.

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Law and Security

Law and Security

The threat of terrorism and the ‘war on terror’ put pressure on existing tensions in religion and citizenship as well as interreligious relations.

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Beliefs and Culture

Beliefs and Culture

The more we understand religious beliefs and culture, the more intelligent our public debate.

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Our Blog

The Meaning of Lokahi

30th August 2013

Our Director, Professor Gwen Griffith-Dickson, writes on the meaning of Lokahi.

Changing Perceptions: The Benefits of Diversity Management

14th December 2012

Abs Hassanali, University of London Union Senate Chair, explains what the Diversity Management course has meant for him and how his involvement with the Lokahi Foundation has changed a few of his perceptions.