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    6. 12 Meeting with Dr Clare Amos – World Council of Churches
      26 September
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    2. 29 Dublin City Council Equality and Diversity Day
      26 September
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Culture, Faith, Cohesion: Moving from Tolerance to Inclusion

DCIF and the Social Inclusion Unit of Dublin City Council, brought together government and local authority delegates, politicians, faith community leaders and NGOs, to explore meaningful and effective engagement and interaction, build connections and challenge prejudice and intolerance.

DCIF Calls for Solidarity with Migrants and Refugees on Eve of St Patrick’s Day

At this special time we remind ourselves of some of the tenets of the Dublin City Interfaith Charter as we stand in solidarity with refugees and migrants.

Creating inclusive communities 
where all belong and contribute

Dublin City Interfaith Forum is a network of people from different Faith Communities in Dublin. Our aim is to create awareness and dialogue through relationships that nurture harmony, respect and understanding.

Supporting and organising interfaith gatherings and activities in Dublin City.

DCIF seeks to provide the space and opportunity for Faith Communities to build relationships with and between Dublin City communities, statutory and voluntary organisations and the residents of Dublin City.


Dublin City Interfaith Forum’s series of exploratory sessions of faith and culture, ‘Faith In The City’, will resume soon with the autumn series! Click on events tab for further details!

Launch of Dublin City Interfaith Charter

The Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr launched today the newly adopted Charter of the Dublin City Interfaith Forum at a reception in the Mansion House. To download document please click on resources tab.


MEASC – Culture, Faith, Community !
This year MEASC brought together in Merrion Square, artists, singers, dancers, and a wonderful audience making this event a very special celebration this autumn!

Working and networking with and within many World Faiths present in Dublin City.

Dublin City Interfaith Forum draws its membership from the following Faiths currently active in Dublin City: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

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