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CENTRE for DIALOGUE and COOPERATION among CIVILISATIONS

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CENTRE for DIALOGUE and COOPERATION among CIVILISATIONS

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The Centre for Dialogue and Cooperation among Civilisations (CDCC) is an international civil society organisation, founded in June 2007 by scholars and activist of wide-ranging backgrounds. The purpose of the Centre is to serve dialogue and Cooperation among civilisations at large. Among its main objectives are: promoting awareness of social, economic, political, cultural, and philosophical thoughts, highlighting the human intellectual contribution and its impact on human civilisation and deepening the dialogue and fostering Cooperation among various schools of civilisations.

Program 2017 – 2018

Public Education

To bring together people of different religions and faiths to get more insights on reducing tensions across cultural divides that threaten stability and peace among and between societies and civilizations at the global, regional and local levels, as well as worldwide.

Publication

The CDCC Journal will publish both scholarly articles and best practices case studies, revolving around the issues of conflict, violence, peace, dialogue of civilisations, development and democracy, human rights, humanitarian issues, education, and socio-economic empowerment that are instrumental in building sustainable peace.

Networking

To develop ideas of networking at both theoretical and practical level for dialogue and collaboration initiatives between groups and stakeholders of civilisations who share mutual concerns in creating the world without prejudice, misconceptions, misunderstanding and misperceptions among civilisations.

Research and Fellowship

To advance studies on civilisations that will involve international researchers and fellows.CDCC will collaborate with universities and think tanks worldwide to conduct research on civilisation-related issues.

Newsletter

 

CDCC strives to provide advice and assistance to governments, organisations and individual decision-makers regarding the urgency of dialogue and Cooperation among civilisations as models for building resolution for political, social, economic, cultural, security, and environmental problem