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Organization Irish School of Ecumenics
History ISE was founded in 1970 By Fr. Michael Hurley, SJ (deceased 2011).
City Dublin, Ireland
Website http://www.ecumenics.ie
Values Academic, religious
Vision Established as a centre for dialogue, scholarship, and service to the wider community.
Mission ISE is Irelands only international post-graduate institute dedicated to the study and promotion of peace and reconciliation in Ireland and the wider world.
Goals To be an educational resource for students, religious traditions, government agencies and civil society groups in Ireland and abroad, and to make available ISE’s unique blend of expertise as they explore their traditions, identities and emerging concerns.
Approach It is recognised for its interdisciplinary approach to taught programmes and research, drawing on the fields of politics, sociology, ethics, theology and religion.
Structure Within the school of Religion, Theology and Ecmenics at Trinity College Dublin.
Scale Moderate
Scope International
Activity ISE defines ‘ecumenics’ as a multi-disciplinary field of study concerned with dialogue, peace and reconciliation. It has three strands: intra-Christian (inter-denominational), inter-religious, and international peace and reconciliation.
Religion Christian
Words peace, reconciliation, ecumenics, intercultural, theology,
Acronym ISE
Contact Trinity College Dublin, Bea House, Milltown Park, Dublin 6, Ireland. Tel. +353-(0)-1-260-1144 Fax. +353-(0)-1-260-1158
Email ecumsec@tcd.ie
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