Inter-religious dialogue has become more important as religious diversity has increased. A positive approach to religious diversity requires engagement, understanding and knowledge. It also requires public space where people from different religions can meet to dialogue. The book examines the development of, and foundations for, inter-religious relations and dialogue. It focuses on theological underpinnings for dialogue, and explores some of the prerequisites, purposes and possibilities attached to inter-religious dialogue. In considering public space in which dialogue might take place, it explores the public university as a site and considers the establishing of a Multi-Faith Centre. The book provides the groundwork for a multi-layered approach to inter-religious dialogue that moves beyond current practice.