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The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme is dedicated to creating "partnerships of difference".
The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme was born in 2002 with the aim of promoting high-quality engagement between Jews, Christians and Muslims, and deeper understanding of the role that Judaism, Christianity and Islam can play in a complexly religious and secular world. Since the outset, it has worked in partnership with the Coexist Foundation to provide high quality education about religions to the widest possible public audience.
As part of the University of Cambridge, CIP aims to transform both the academic environment and public consciousness, shaping the way that religion is understood and related to today.
|Description||CIP is Cambridge University's inter-faith programme, dedicated to creating "partnerships of difference". Concentrating on Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, CIP explores the different resources that each faith has for serious engagement with each other, and with the wider secular and religious context.|