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Presentation and history

Centre for Co-existence – Islamic-Christian Study Centre (IKS) was established in May 1996 by a group of Christians and Muslims togther, has an equal number of Christian and Muslim board-members and is currently supported by a number of Christian and Muslim organisations and societies. The overall purpose is through cooperation on equal footing – to …

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Board

Lissi Rasmussen chairman, pastor, dr.theol. Hans Raun Iver-sen, secretary Prof. emeritus, KU Naveed Baig vice chairman, Ph.D. student Hasan Daher, lawyer Arngeir Langås,    general secretary, the Brethren Danish Mission Houdaifa Azzouz, cand.mag., attorney  

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Activities

Ethnic Resource-Team If you or somebody near to you are in hospital and want to talk to another person who knows your background and who is bound to secrecy – then the resource-team is a possibility for you. Ethnic resource-team consists of 20 men and women of different age and with different ethnic and religious …

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Membership

All who share the purpose of IKS may become members and thereby participate in the Annual General Meeting.As a member one receives the Journal on Islam & Christianity 2 times a year and information material from the centre.Membership costs 300 kr. per year and can be achieved by contacting the centre.

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Partners

Centre for Minor Handicap Groups Danish Red Cross Visiting Service Danmission Dialog-Forum KIT-Kirkernes Integrationstjeneste Muslims in Dialogue Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims, RCT SEHAT The National Hospital (Rigshospitalet) Videnscenter for Transkulturel Psykiatri Al Andalus Islamic Studies Institute, Hama, Syria CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Service, …

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Contact

Centre for Coexistence – Islamic-Christian Study Centre (IKS) Ryesgade 27B.3.tv DK-2200 Copenhagen N  Denmark Mobile chairman +45 28182085 e-mail: iks@ikstudiecenter.dk

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