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The Council for Religious and Life Stance Communities
The Council for Religious and Life Stance Communities in Norway was established on the 30th of May 1996.
The goals of the Council for Religious and Life Stance Communities are defined in the statutes:
- To promote mutual understanding and respect between different religious and life stance communities through dialogue;
- To work towards equality between various religious and life stance communities in Norway based on the United Nations covenants on Human Rights and on the European Convention on Human Rights;
- To work, internally and externally, with social and ethical issues from the perspective of religions and life stances.
Member communities today include:
- The Bahá’í Community of Norway
- The Buddhist Community of Norway
- The Catholic Church in Norway
- The Christian Community
- Christian Council of Norway
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)
- The Church of Norway
- Gurwara Sri Nanak Dev Ji (Sikhs)
- The Holistic Community
- The Islamic Council of Norway
- The Jewish Communities in Norway
- The Norwegian Humanist Association
- Norwegian Hindu Culture Centre
- Sanatan Mandir Sabha, Norway (Hindu)
We have filled the much used term “dialogue” with substance, and have gathered our experience in a Dialogue poster, including a short guide.