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DanChurch Interfaith Relations (Folkekirke og Religionsmøde), "Guidelines concerning churches’ contact with and possible baptism of Muslim Asylum-seekers" (2005)
These guidelines concering conversion and baptism have been composed by a sub-committee to the cooperation known as “Folkekirke og Religionsmøde” based on a meeting with representatives from the Danish Immigration Service (Udlændingestyrelsen). The aim is to provide a tool for congregations to consider their response to Muslim asylum-seekers who wish to be baptized. Download. See the Danish version of the document,"Vejledning omkring kirkers kontakt med og evt. dåb af muslimske asylansøgere" (2005) here .

Danish Council of Churches (Danske Kirkers Råd), "Keeping Harmony among the Churches" - The Danish Council of Churches (1994)
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Over a two-year period, church representatives in the Council have discussed the effect of church activity upon other churches. The discussions, which have focused on theology and praxis, have reflected in part on how churches can comply with their commitment to spreading the gospel without targeting members from other churches, thereby enticing them to move their church affiliation, and in part on the conditions where predispositions, evangelistic tactics, and outreach methods can indeed cause church members to alter their affiliation." Download.

Danish Mission Council (Dansk Missionsråd), "Theses on the Recognition of People of Different Religions in a Multi-religious Society" (2008)
Adopted by the Danish Mission Council on April 18, 2007. It also pertains to conversion. Download . See also the Danish version: Teser om anerkendelse af mennesker, der tilhører forskellige religioner i det multireligiøse samfund (2008). Teser, vedtaget af Dansk Missionsråds repræsentantskab den 18. april 2007 i Odense. Teserne, der er et resultat af en længere studieproces foranlediget af Muhammed-krisen, addresserer sig til (1) hele samfundet (2) kirken og (3)( folk, der tilhører andre religioner, og berører også retten til konversion. Læs mere.

"Ethical Guidelines for Christian and Muslim Witness in Britain" (2009)
On the 24th of Jue 2009, the first ever set of guidelines giving advice for Christians and Muslims who want to share their faith in an ethical way was launched at Islamic Relief's Headquarters in London.The guide, which contains 10 points of advice (also called the 10 commandments of mission), has been produced by the Christian Muslim Forum, a national body set up in 2006 to improve relationships between the two faiths. The guide also deals with the issue of conversion. Download . See Danish version of the text here.

Kontaktgruppen for muslimer og kristene, "Religionsfrihed - et fælles synspunkt" (Kronik i Berlingske Tidende 22/5/11)
Denne kontaktgruppe, som på kristen siden repræsenteres bl.a. Danske Kirkers Råd, på muslimsk side bl.a. af Muslimernes Fællesråd, udtaler her i fællesskab deres syn på religionsfrihed, inkl. retten til konversion og dekonversion. Download.

The Interfaith Network for the UK, "Building Good Relations with People of Different Faiths and Beliefs"
Developed by the Intefaith Network for the UK. Download.

The Islamic Council of Norway & the Church of Norway Council on Ecumenical and International Relations, "Joint Declaration on the Freedom of Religion and Right to Conversion" (2007)
August 22 the Islamic Council of Norway and the Church of Norway Council on Ecumenical and International Relations presented a joint declaration on the freedom of religion and the right to conversion. Download . See also Norwegian version: Islamsk Råd Norge (IRN) og Mellomkirkelig råd av Den norske kirke (MKR) har i mange år møttes jevnlig til en egen kontaktgruppe hvor man har drøftet felles spørsmål av ulik art. På sensommeren 2007 offentliggjorde de to rådene en felles erklæring hvor de anerkjenner hverandres tradisjoner og tilkjenner hverandre retten til å konvertere. Download.

Tværkulturelt Center, "Takt og tone i religionsmødet"
Udarbejdet af Tværkulturelt Center. Indeholder også afsnit om konvesion. Download.

World Council of Churches et. al., "Ecumenical Consultation Process towards Code of Conduct for Conversion" (2007)
Represent tives from The Catholic Church, WCC-related Orthodox Churches, WCC-related Protestant Churches, Evangelical and Pentecostal Churches have engaged in a process starting with a consultation in Lariano 2006 (where also representatives of non-Christian groups participated) and a second consultration in Toulouse 2007 which is expected to lead to the development of a code of conduct at a third consultation in 2008. Download.

World Council of Churches, et. al., “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct” (2011)
For the first time ever representatives of the majority of Christians have agreed upn a code of conduct for conversion. “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct” is a five-page document on the conduct of mission “according to gospel principles” which was released on Tuesday 28 June at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland. The document was the result of a five-year series of consultations among the World Council of Churches, the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue of the Roman Catholic Church and the World Evangelical Alliance with a combined membership of some two billion people representing nearly 90 percent of the world’s Christians. Download document.