The International Centre for Reconciliation (ICR) reaches out to the enemies of Britain and promotes conflict resolution throughout the world, especially those fueled by religious dispute. ICR is also active in short-term reconciliation projects through the Community of the Cross of Nails, a global network of over 150 organizations in 60 countries working under practical and spiritual values to curb violent conflict. ICR was born out of the destruction of Coventry Cathedral in 1940. It is "committed to reconciliation in various situations of violent conflict, some related to religious dispute and others fuelled by different factors". The ICR also co-ordinates the Community of the Cross of Nails, which is an international network of 150 organisations in 60 countries. All of these organisations aim for reconciliation, providing the ICR with a support base throughout the world. The centre has "formal partnerships" with the Anglican Diocese of Kaduna in Nigeria and the Syrian Orthodox Diocese of Jerusalem.