Dialogue Center - Bulgaria

Dialogue, tolerance and religious freedom in a post-totalitarian Bulgaria
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"Our purpose is to engage in interfaith dialogue and cooperation."
Traditions
Christianity, Islam
Sub-Traditions
Catholic, Orthodox, Eastern, Protestant
Number of Members
11
Region
Location
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
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Dialogue Center Bulgaria has been registered in Plovdiv City Court as a non-governmental organization since 1998 and includes like-minded people of different religious and ethnic origins. Their main goal is to promote dialogue in Bulgaria in the long and costly period of transition after the fall of the totalitarian regime and 45 years of atheistic indoctrination. The group is formed by members coming from different religious and spiritual backgrounds such as Eastern Orthodox Christian, Protestant Christian and Muslim. They have organized several activities in the late 1990s, mainly through religious and spiritual education and cultural events, as well as through printed and electronic media. Their most remarkable activities are the religious lectures on the culture of dialogue and tolerance produced for the Bulgarian National Television, a specialized program for those deaf-mute and hard of hearing that includes subtitles. During the last few years, they have regular monthly participation in a radio program on the Bulgarian National Radio from the studio in Plovdiv. The radio program highlights the various religious traditions and historic momentum where the power of civil society is witnessed through religions.

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