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Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
TCIU is named for the late Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum (d. 1992). Called the Human Rights Rabbi, he was dedicated to helping all people recognise the humanity of the other. Mixing scholarship and activism, he launched programs of interreligious education and dialogue. To honour his work, his widow, Dr. Georgette Bennett, founded TCIU in 1992.
New York, New York
Rights, social action, dialogue
People of all beliefs, from the most religiously devout to the most committed atheist, can live, learn and work peacefully together. Not just in a wary truce, but in a spirit of true respect.
To ensure that people of all beliefs, from the most can live, learn and work peacefully together.
To confront religious ignorance and violence head-on with results-oriented programs that reduce hatred and produce real change in the way people think and act.
Practical interreligious education and dialogue to confront and address the roots of religious hatred, and to ensure that no victim of bigotry or violence go unnoticed by the world. Dedicated to helping all people recognize the humanity of the other.
Tanenbaum’s distinguished Board of Directors guides us in all aspects of our organizational list. Our Leadership and Advisory committees are comprised of experts who ensure our programming in conflict resolution, health care, education, and the workplace is as effective and cutting-edge as it can be.
Religious Diversity in the Workplace, Religion and Conflict Resolution, Peacemakers in Action, Religion and Diversity Education; Religious Diversity in Health Care, Exploring the Religious Roots of Prejudice.
inter-religion, non-sectarian, peace, conflict
254 W. 31st Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001, USA. Tel. +1-212-967-7707 Fax. +1-212-967-9001