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IDIALOGUE Forum is a common name for intellectual forums organized by the Intercultural Dialogue Institute GTA with a view to bringing people together and achieving a critical, open and meaningful dialogue. The forum focuses on a wide range of issues related to the Institute’s areas of interest, and encompasses topics and speakers beyond the usual remit of dialogue organisations. IDIALOGUE Forum events attract diverse audiences including policy-makers, academics, researchers, journalists, professionals, students, community leaders and others. Through this engaging and expansive platform, speakers and members of the audience engage in a constructive and critical dialogue on various issues affecting individuals, communities and the general public.

Some IDIALOGUE Forum events:
Panel discussions
Roundtable discussions
Workshops and conferences

Areas of interest include, but not limited to, the following:
Community cohesion and multiculturalism
Identity, integration and citizenship
Family, education and youth
Media, culture and communication
Human rights and civil liberties
Environmental issues
Technology and social change
Theology and religious studies
World cultures and societies
Peace-building and conflict resolution
International relations and diplomacy