The Oxford Foundation has been actively involved in the design and creation of this programme in partnership with the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion, University of Birmingham, and a number of other faith organisations. This programme is fully funded by the UK Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), as a result of which it is free to all participants, although we are having to limit entry to 4 persons per organisation.
Signed by leading Sunni religious authorities from across the Islamic world to the leader and fighters of 'IS'. Hardcopies are available FREE [standard £2.95 P&P charge applies]. Please email us your order here.
The first educational programme of its kind tackling violent extremist ideology that underpins Islamist terrorism in the contemporary world. This provides an educational model that equips young people with arguments against violent extremism and also provides a model through which young British Muslims can contribute to an emerging British Muslim Identity.
This is a seminal document in Islamic history known internationally as the Amman Message and was an initiative led by H.M. King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein in Amman, Jordan. It addresses three core questions that undermine the extremist ideology that underpins modern day Islamist violence.
These seek to cultivate a deeper understanding of different religious traditions and cultures.
Led by HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad. It is the first document of its kind signed by the World’s leading Muslim religious leaders addressed to the World’s Christian religious leaders.
The Love Initiative is a major International initiative led by HRH Prince Ghazi to promote the study of Love at the World's leading universities.
This is an exploration in the light of
Spenser's The Faerie Queene and Attar's Conference of the Birds. Seeking the Christian and Muslim believers journey to God.
Available for students, researchers and the general public in pdf format freely downloadable through the kind support and permission of the Royal Aal al Bayt Institute for Islamic Thought, Amman, Jordan.