The invitation to the dialogue is open for all people from different Religions and cultures with the basic concept of diversity. The more we differ, the more we need dialogue and we need more to learn. It is condition for dialogue that we share and clear breaches of respect for the most fundamental values, such as the right to life and the rule of law, should exclude people from being invited into dialogue. While the invitation is open, everyone must abide by the agreed rules of a particular dialoguing situation. Women and young people have important perspectives and contributions to offer and should have distinct voices in inter religious dialogue.
A full understanding of interfaith dialogue consists on common action. The dignity of human life, to which all religions are committed, is challenged for example through poverty, violence, abuse of women and children, discrimination of migrants and dramatic changes in the natural environment. Different religions can address these issues together. Interfaith dialogue should aim at gathering the resources of different religious values and traditions to take up the challenges which Pakistan is facing today. Through common action we learn to understand better ourselves, each other, and the world in which we live