Religions: Libraries and Dialogue Special Interest Group

Sponsoring body: Social Science Libraries

RELINDIAL, the Religions: Libraries and Dialogue Special Interest Group is dedicated to libraries serving as places of dialogue between cultures through a better knowledge of religions.

SIG-RELINDIAL became a reality in April 2012 and held its first meeting at the IFLA 78th WLIC in Helsinki, Finland, August 2012. The meeting attracted people from five continents representing 16 countries. A lot of religions are included in the collections of the attendees at the RELINDIAL SIG meeting: for example, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Judaism, Baha'is…

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Religions: Libraries and Dialogue, Special Interest Groups

Last update: 14 August 2016

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Colloquium "Diverse Cultural and Religious Ways of Thinking A Dialogue"

The papers of the Colloquium of Paris are available.

13 July 2016

New RELINDIAL publication: Libraries at the Heart of Dialogue of Cultures and Religions: History, Present, Future

This book is the publication of the proceedings of the Relindial satellite meeting of Paris (2014)

26 May 2016

The program of the IFLA WLIC 2016 Relindial session is available

The program of the SIG Relindial session (n. 155) "Connections. Collaboration. Community" during IFLA Congress is available

25 May 2016

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