The Islamic Culture Foundation (FUNCI) has carried out its work for over three decades. Its aims and actions have always been adapted to the circumstances of the moment. The involvement of people and institutions of all kinds have been one of the key elements of its work. Your collaboration will always be welcome.
Over the years, the Islamic Culture Foundation has focused on achieving its aims related to cultural rapprochement and dialogue, research and scientific-cultural dissemination, by means of wide-ranging initiatives with a strong educational and awareness-raising approach.
Our work not only aims to encourage respect for Islamic culture, as a historic force which has contributed to the progress of humankind, but also as a civilisation that can contribute to meet the challenges of contemporary societies. Thus, our work is organised in four interconnected areas of activity: environment, economics, society and culture, corresponding to the four pillars of sustainability that we seek to promote.
FUNCI develops different projects through its programs in the 22 countries comprised within area of activity. The purpose is to contribute to development, to conserve the natural and cultural heritage and to promote dialogue, eradicating prejudices. The projects are interconnected among them always form the respect to people’s cultural identity.
Islamic Culture Foundation
C/ Guzmán el Bueno, 3 - 2º dcha
28015 Madrid [Map]
Tel/Fax: 91 543 46 73
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