The InterWorldView project has been conceived and developed by Dr Patrice Brodeur, Canadian Research Chair in Islam, Pluralisme and Globalisation. According to Dr Brodeur, the notion of InterWorldView goes beyond religious beliefs that have generally been seen to underpin human values. It allows people to see that identity is subjective, context-dependent and changeable, and at the same time complex and intricate. No definition can fully capture the nuanced concept and how different people understand it or how they use it to classify themselves.