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Great Interest to Family Dinners

During the Ramadan month of 2015, the branch of Intercultural Dialogue Institute in Kitchener-Waterloo had once again organized Iftar dinners, but this time at the family houses to various people from Waterloo region including MPs, MPPs, Mayors, academicians and community leaders. In the Home Iftar dinner programs, which all the representatives in the area had [...]

Great Interest to Family Dinners2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

IDI – Ottawa Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Dialogue and Friendship Programs

Ottawa Intercultural Dialogue Institute held its 10th Annual Dialogue and Friendship Dinner on the theme, “Social Cohesion and Responsible Citizenship”. Emceed by Ms. Jenna Sudds, Executive Director of Kanata North BIA, the event brought together politicians, City Councillors, bureaucrats, academics, community leaders, faith leaders, business leaders, media representatives, NGOs, and many others. The program commenced [...]

IDI – Ottawa Celebrates the 10th Anniversary of Dialogue and Friendship Programs2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

Northern Lights Relief Foundation FOOD DRIVE

In Support Of North York’s Women Shelter Dicle Islamic Society, one of the branches from Anatolian Heritage Federation were able to host their fourth ‘Toronto Ramazan Cadir’  program where they put aid bins to collect food and other necessary needs during month of Ramadan for the people in need. All the aid collected during the [...]

Northern Lights Relief Foundation FOOD DRIVE2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

Abrahamic Talk Series:Charity

Intercultural Dialogue Institute Ottawa held its third Abrahamic Talk Series with St. Paul Anglican Church. The panel, led by Alison Stortz and Feyza Celik and hosted by Vusal Babashov, executive director of IDI Ottawa, aimed to bring together the two communities to shed light on the common values of giving and generosity in Christianity and Islam. The audience enjoyed a dynamic [...]

Abrahamic Talk Series:Charity2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

MP Mike Wallace and his wife Caroline meeting their Neighbours

  Burlington MP Mike Wallace and his wife Caroline were invited for Meet Your Neighbors program arranged by IDI Hamilton. Mr. Wallace is Chair of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights at the same time. He has decided to visit Turkey with his family recently.

MP Mike Wallace and his wife Caroline meeting their Neighbours2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

Noah’s Pudding program in Halton Police Departmentt

  IDI Hamilton members organized Noah’s Pudding Program at the Halton Police department. Department personnel welcomed IDI Hamilton members warmly not know much about Turkey or the main subject, Noah’s Pudding. Police officers really enjoy learning about pudding and the story behind it. With a scientific explanation of Noah’s story was inspiring for them. Peace is our greatest necessity and in this [...]

Noah’s Pudding program in Halton Police Departmentt2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

Kitchener Locals Greet Ramadan Together

  Anatolian Iftar Dinners Kitchener-Waterloo Anatolian Cultural Center, organized Ramadan dinners every day during the holy month. The people living in the Waterloo area, had free access to these dinners, and played an important role in making the environment suitable for the spirit of Ramadan as well as the meaning, and In the Turkish Muslim Diaspora, had brought consolidation social unity. During the [...]

Kitchener Locals Greet Ramadan Together2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00


  Women’s Day Luncheon The IDI GTA celebrated Women’s Day with an Idealogue Luncheon, “Trailblazers.” The event was coorganized with St, Michael’s College and sponsored by ADA Chocolate. The Master of Ceremonies was Sevaun Palvetzian, CEO of Civic Action and the Excellence in Community Service Award went to Women of Influence, which was accepted by its President and CEO Carolyn Lawrence. Anne-Marie [...]


Iftar Dinners carry an Importance for Social Peace and Success

IDI Kitchener-Waterloo Home Iftars During the Ramadan month, the Intercultural Dialog Institute of Kitchener had organized Iftar dinner programs, called “Meet Your Neighbor”, in which they had opened their houses for non-Muslim Canadian families. The program met with high interest by Canadians, and is an event which had caused the Muslims and non-Muslims in Kitchener Waterloo area, to have healthy dialogues with [...]

Iftar Dinners carry an Importance for Social Peace and Success2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00

IDI Montreal – Ramadan Iftar Tent Dinner

  “Let’s share our differences under a big top’’ IDI Montreal held a tent iftar diner with presence of people from various backgrounds, traditions and culture. People of several boroughs came together and shared their communalities and differences by celebrating the spirit of Ramadan.

IDI Montreal – Ramadan Iftar Tent Dinner2018-11-01T01:23:11+00:00