HARMONY CENTRE @aN-NAHDHAH
The Harmony Centre was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Hsien Loong, on 7th October 2006. The Centre represents one of the key initiatives of the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore's (MUIS) to bring about a greater understanding of Islam and Muslims amongst the multi-racial and multi-religious society of Singapore.
The Centre of in a fact a culmination and consolidation of many years of efforts by MUIS to be open and transparent in presenting Muslim life and culture to Singaporeans as seen through programmes and collaborative initiatives between mosque and grassroots, national as well as community organisations.
We also serve as an integrated hub for the promotion of greater understanding and engagement of people all faith communities. This is made possible through the many interfaith programmes undertaken by the Centre.
This is made possible through the many inter-faith programmes undertaken by the Centre via the three key thrusts of the Centre namely:
1. Training - to build capacity in interfaith dialogue and engagement
2. Learning - to deepen understanding of the different faiths
3. Engagement - to build bridges and relationships among the faith groups
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The Centre aims to :
Promote a greater understanding of the true teachings of Islam and Muslims in Singapore
Enhance interfaith dialogue and engagement at all levels; Leadership, community, grassroots, youths and students; through seminarws, workshops, experiential learning journeys, visits and other platforms
Strengthen the social bonds amongst the people of the different faith communities to build a more cohesive andf resilient society.
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