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Iftar Cards - Dialogue Cards

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A set of 50+ questions about iftar and Ramadan.

These dialogue cards have been specially designed to create mutual understanding and facilitate conversations during Ramadan. They are ideal as a gift for iftar participants or managers who want to promote diversity and inclusion in the organization. The cards are also suitable for use in education!

Participants: Minimum of 2 people and maximum of 6 people.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a pre-order. The first deliveries will be made from February 28th. Well in time for Ramadan!

Ramadan is a spiritual month in which fasting and contemplation are central during the day. At the end of the day, the fast is broken with an iftar. This is often done with family, friends, or acquaintances. These cards are developed to facilitate dialogue and promote conversations during intercultural iftars with the aim of creating mutual understanding and connection.

Who are these cards for? For intercultural dialogues during iftars where Muslims and non-Muslims engage in conversation. At the same time, these cards are also suitable for iftars with family and friends.

How does it work? Take a card from the stack and ask the question to the people at your table. You can choose to have everyone respond or give people who want to respond the space to answer the question. You can also choose to answer these questions one-on-one and have a conversation with each other. Of course, you can choose how many questions you want to use.

Saber Benjah is a moderator and communication advisor with the strength of bringing different groups into conversation with each other. In recent years, Saber has been asked by various organizations to guide intercultural iftars as a moderator and to advise on the design of intercultural dialogue. Based on these experiences, Saber has developed the dialogue cards for iftars. Saber has also written about how to organize corporate iftars best.

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