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The Woolf Institute’s experience shows that the teaching and academic study of interfaith relations are often best served from a perspective of bilateral relations between faiths. Two of the Institute’s Centres (for the study of Jewish-Christian and for the study of Muslim-Jewish relations) therefore operate independently, providing parallel streams of academic study, while at the same time, benefiting from a natural synergy.
As an institute of higher learning, we are committed to ensuring that our research and teaching is available to the wider audience, particularly those working in and with faith communities. Consequently, a third centre, the Centre for Public Education (CPE) draws on the expertise and academic excellence of both Centres to provide educational programmes on relations between the three Abrahamic Faiths – Judaism, Christianity and Islam. CPE offers open access courses, conferences, seminars and other broader-based initiatives throughout the UK, including courses specially tailored for faith communities, public sector bodies and wider community based groups.