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KAICIID’s dialogue platforms, based on interreligious partnerships, address the main drivers of conflict through policy and advocacy, as well as local dialogue initiatives at the grassroots level. Our regional platforms convene diverse high-ranking religious leaders, harnessing their authority, influence, and vast numbers of followers. They also bring together members of grassroots organizations, with a focus on women and young people, to multiply our reach and turn dialogue into action.

European Muslim Leaders' Majlis (EULEMA)
The European Muslim Leaders' Majlis (EuLeMa) is an informal network of European Muslim religious leaders who seek to synchronise Muslim voices in Europe, giving particular support to the work of the Muslim Jewish Leadership Council (MJLC).
Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP)
In 2017, KAICIID supported the launch of the Interfaith Dialogue Forum for Peace (IDFP), which was the result of consultations with over 80 stakeholders and local partners in order to promote more effective and sustainable collaboration in Nigeria.
Muslim Jewish Leadership Council
The Muslim Jewish Leadership Council (MJLC) was founded to serve the need to counter prejudice, disinformation, attacks, and violence against those who practise faith. It brings together actors from Europe’s Muslim and Jewish communities, who are equally represented on the Council, to address rising Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
Interreligious Platform for Dialogue and Cooperation in the Arab World (IPDC)
Launched in 2018, the IPDC advocates the rights and inclusion of all communities in the Arab World, combats hatred and sectarianism and jointly addresses threats to peaceful coexistence. Platform members include twenty-three of the highest religious authorities from Muslim and Christian institutions across the Arab region.
Paungsie Metta (PMI)
The Peaceful Myanmar Initiative (PMI), locally known as Paungsie Metta, is a multi-religious and inclusive network composed of 15 prominent religious leaders from different faith traditions (Buddhists, Muslims and Christians) and civil society organizations who promote dialogue across Myanmar.
Plateforme des Confessions Religieuses de Centrafrique (PCRC)
In 2013, as violence intensified in the Central African Republic (CAR), key national leaders of the Catholic, Evangelical, and Muslim communities joined forces to de-escalate the crisis through the Platform of Religious Confessions of CAR, or “Plateforme des Confessions Religieuses de Centrafrique” (PCRC).