Ramadan and Reflection: The third issue of Ramadan Journal is out

The third issue of the Ramadan Journal is out now. This issue is specifically on the topic of “Ramadan and Reflection”, and we are excited to share valuable will contributions in this issue.

The third issue of the Ramadan Journal is now out. You can read it online.

Firstly, a re-orienting our understanding of Ramadan through the lens of connections by Dr Ismail Sezgin. Second, a journey with student Ihsan Sengel on understandings of integration versus assimilation, and finally, an example of how faith can be shared – through the Christian- Muslim youth interfaith organisation the Feast.

Of course, we also touch upon areas of arts and cookery (and some Rumi) in this issue too.

We hope you enjoy it!

About Dialogue Society

The Dialogue Society is a registered charity, established in London in 1999, with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage, and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building. For more information, please visit http://www.dialoguesociety.org.

Faith and Unity: The second issue of Ramadan Journal is out

We hope those celebrating the holy month of Ramadan have had a lovely first week and that those who are not observing have had the opportunity to share an experience with their neighbours! If you’re reading this and wondering how to find such an opportunity, please do check out our “Community Iftars” virtual locations within this issue of the Ramadan Journal. 

The second issue of the Ramadan Journal is now out. You can read it online.

This issue is specifically on the topic of “Faith and Unity”, and we are excited to share valuable will contributions in this issue, firstly, a journey with Jonathan Gibson on unity beyond faith and second, a journey with Andrew Smith illustrating his beautiful encounters within interfaith work. Of course, we also touch upon areas of arts and cookery and this issue too- we hope you enjoy it! 

About Dialogue Society

The Dialogue Society is a registered charity, established in London in 1999, with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage, and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building. For more information, please visit http://www.dialoguesociety.org.

Ramadanification: The first issue of Ramadan Journal is out

We are excited to share with you our latest project for this Ramadan, our Ramadan Journal. Published on a weekly basis during Ramadan, this journal will have a total of 4 issues, touching upon varied areas of dialogue, art, and community.

The first issue of the Ramadan Journal is now out. You can read it online.

Our journal is aimed at a wide general audience of all beliefs (or none), with the hope that it can serve as a bridge for mutual understanding. With several contributions from both Muslim and non-Muslim authors, we present our first issue titled “Ramadanification”. 

This issue includes: 

  1. A-Z of Ramadan: What is Ramadan? 
  2. IftarMe – Experience an iftar with a Muslim family
  3. Ramadanification
  4. Arts Corner: Candle Making 
  5. Recipes Corner: Dali Bora 

May this month of reflection bring us together as our diverse communities and be an opportunity for solidarity in the face of these difficult times we are passing through. 

About Dialogue Society

The Dialogue Society is a registered charity, established in London in 1999, with the aim of advancing social cohesion by connecting communities, empowering people to engage, and contributing to the development of ideas on dialogue and community building. For more information, please visit http://www.dialoguesociety.org.