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Int’l Conference on Islamic and Christian Model of Inter-religious Dialogue

International Conference on Islamic and Christian Model of Inter-religious Dialogue (Based on Prophet Muhammad (S) Model and the Second Vatican Council) will be held on 17 to 19 December in Qom, Iran.

International institute for peace and religions also intends to have a “Call for Paper” note on the site inviting friends from other faiths to take part in this event and specially to have a comparison between this letter and the Second Vatican Council document opening the horizons for dialogue.

Important Dates
The Conference Date: 17th to 19th of December 2017
Deadline for the abstracts and paper: 1st of November 2017 ( Attach a CV to your abstract)
Venue: Al-Hikmat Institute, 41 Bajak str., qom, Iran

Conference Subjjects

Prophet Muhammad’s Model of Dialogue and the second Vatican council
any interreligious manifestations
modern challenges of being religous
problems in education related to the social and cultural change
the best models of dialogue
the idea of the university in the modern world
academics and academic work in the contemporary times
cultural and social experience of interreligous dialogue
challenges of intercultural societies
2nd Vatican Council

Contact person: Dr. Sheikh Taher Amini Golestani

Email: ,


Halal Tourism Plan

In the case you would like IIPR to organize all the affairs for one week stay in Iran.


the costs related to te conference
Transportation from and to IKIA airport in Tehran
Hotel reservation for 4 days in Qom, 1 day in Isfahan and one day in Tehran (One week at whole)
All the catering materials including lunches, dinners :
Halal Tourism inside Qom and excursions:
Introducing the main centers of the holy city of Qom, specially the holy Shrine of Fatima Ma’suma and visitng Al-Mustafa International University (, the greatest Shi’a university in the world:

In the case you are interested in this Halal tourism plan by paying 950 Euro,, send an email to There are a few scholarships available for religious leaders, university professors.

Conference website

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