Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU)
1993, by Georgetown University and U-XJ0246 - Fondation pour l'entente entre Chrétiens et Musulmans, Genève, as Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding - History and International Affairs. Present name adopted, 2005.
Improve relations between the Muslim world and the West; enhance understanding of Muslims in the West, addressing: stereotypes of Islam as a global threat; warnings of a clash of civilizations; compatibility of Islam and modern life; Islam and pluralism, status of women, minorities and human rights.
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