Religions for Peace, and the Interfaith Center of New York, have joined together with other faith-based and humanitarian organisations to release a civil society letter addressed to senior United Nations and OIC officials, to urge for their support of humanitarian action and human rights in Afghanistan.
The Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network (APWoFN) held its first of three climate change webinars on Tuesday 29th November.We formed a working group for proceeding the seminar and its members were Religions for Peace Australia, CCRP and Religions for Peace Japan. They are all experts who are working nationally and internationally to solve climate change issues.Approximately 40 participants from the Asia-Pacific region joined the seminar for a lively discussion on climate change initiatives from both religious and professional perspectives.Leadring Author by Mrs. Philippa Rowlan (Chair of Religions for Peace Australia)Co-Authors by Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network Officers and Climate Change Working Project Team
Religions for Peace Bangladesh Interfaith Youth Network presents a short documentary of the children from the slums in Mirpur and streets in Gulistan, Dhaka. The metropolitan city of Dhaka is filled with quality schools, rich education and education for the riches. But we also need to know about the people, the children who are not privileged and have fallen out of the system. Let us be aware and make others aware of the darkness beneath the bright lights of Dhaka city. Let us bring light to their life. Youth Online Campaign on Preventing Violence against Children and Child Abuse Presented by- Religions for Peace BangladeshClick an image to watch their Read more about A Document Video on Children Issues for Youth Campaign by Religions for Peace Bangladesh[…]