Tokyo Assembly Special SiteAfter a one-year postponement, the ACRP Assembly was successfully ended on October 22. Thanks to the tremendous support from all, it was a great success. This special page is a record of the Youth, Women, and Main Assembly! If you were not able to attend the assembly or if you’d like to catch up on the Assembly, please check it out!!
Religions for Peace Asia is pleased to share the statement of the International Women’s Coordinating Committee and Global Women of Faith Network on Overcoming [Sexual] Violence Against Women.We encourage all to circulate it as widely as possible.
Background:Realizing the role and responsibility for establishing peace, reconciliation, and harmony, RfP Thailand and World Religions for Peace (WRC) held a conference on 18-19 May 2009 at CS Pattani Hotel. The participants in this meeting included the social leaders who had mutual agreement to set up Religions for Peace- Interreligious Council of Thailand (known for short as IRC Thailand). The objectives thereof are to provide cooperation to any religious organizations that seek for international peace, and to support the peace process, mutual understanding, and peaceful coexistence within Thai society in a sustainable manner.Objectives and Commitments:1. Promote dialogues, exchange of ideas, and experiences in creating peace in Thailand;2. Develop the knowledge Read more about ＜Religions for Peace-Interreligious Council of Thailand (RfP-IRC Thailand)＞[…]
Background:Religions for Peace Thailand (RfP Thailand) is a part of a rapidly growing global network of Religions for Peace which advances common action among the world’s religious communities for peace. It has since 2003 embarked on the mission of mobilizing religious leaders and members of religious communities to work in the area of conflict transformation and peacebuilding for Thai society.From 2009 until present Thailand’s Southern Unrest has been marked as the key targeted area for RfP Thailand’s activities, which have largely been 1) intra and interreligious dialogues, 2) fieldtrips to learn about peaceful coexistence, 3) capacity building workshop and 4) youth camps. RfP Thailand via its Interreligious Council (IRC) also Read more about ＜Religions for Peace Thailand＞[…]