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Interfaith Youth Core 
141 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 3200, Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: (312) 573-8825

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Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) is national non-profit organization working towards an America where people of different faiths, worldviews, and traditions can bridge differences and find common values to build a shared life together. To advance this vision, we work in American higher education, partnering with colleges and universities to equip students and educators with the knowledge, skills, and resources to meaningfully engage complex issues of religious difference and diversity and ultimately build bonds of civility and mutual respect across lines of deep difference. 

Our most recent press releases are included below. To learn more about news and updates from IFYC visit our homepage. 

Our staff has years of experience and expertise addressing some of the most challenging issues of religious and worldview diversity facing campuses, educators, and young people today. Additionally, our national network of students, educators, and rising leaders offers a wealth of stories and perspectives on engaging religious diversity and working towards pluralism, both on campus and beyond. Get in touch with our team for inquiries, background information, connections, and interviews with IFYC staff, including our Founder and President, Eboo Patel

Press Releases:

Everyday Americans, Faith-Based Leaders & National Decision-Makers Team Up on Digital Disinformation Policy

Historic New Study Reveals that As Colleges Rush to Teach Students About Diversity, They Miss A Crucial Topic: Religion

Colleges and Universities Across the Country Join New Effort to Bridge America’s Growing Political and Religious Divides

Lilly Endowment Makes $6M Grant to Interfaith Youth Core for Interfaith Cooperation and Leadership

Study Reveals How College Students Are Bridging Polarizing Differences

Record-breaking number of U.S. college students to converge in Chicago, make plans to turn back tide of polarization and identity-based tribalism on campus