His Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies, has participated in the VI Colloquium organised by RIIFS and the Vatican’s Dicastery for Inter-religious Dialogue on the theme “Creative Commonalities between Christianity and Islam”.
In collaboration with the Thai Embassy in Amman and El Hassan Youth Award, RIIFS organized a two-day trip during the World Interfaith Harmony Week.
Roberto Rodriguez Hernandez, the Ambassador of the Mexican Embassy in Jordan, visited RIIFS to learn more about the institute’s programs and events.
Jorge Alejandro Tagile Canelo, the Ambassador of the Embassy of Chile in Jordan, recently visited RIIFS to learn about the institute’s programs and activities and to explore opportunities for cooperation and partnership between the two entities in the field of promoting dialogue and cultural activities as part of the “Arab-Iberian-American Divan for Thought and Cultural Exchange” program.
His Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal – Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies, met with a delegation of students from George Mason University as part of a program offered by the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution.
His Royal Highness – Prince Al- Hasan bin Talal’s Interview on the Omani Channel Atheer: Let us Begin with Human Dignity
On September 2022, Dr Renee Hattar, RIIFS Director, participated in the International Roundtable in a hybrid format: “On the significance of the VII Congress of the Leaders of World and Traditional Religions and its Declarati…
RIIFS launched “TOT Toolkit” in cooperation with Danmission, as a free and integrated platform that provides the necessary information and tools for teachers in the Arabic language from anywhere and in any of the Kingdom’s go…
RIIFS participated in the launching ceremony of the “Woman’s Legacy” project, which was held in Valencia.
A draft resolution called for an end to hostilities worldwide so that there could be a full focus on fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.