Religions for Peace is pleased to invite you to our CSW67 Hybrid Parallel Event on Working Multi-Religiously for Gender Equality: Reassessing the Role of Education and Knowledge in the Digital Age, taking place on Tuesday, 14 March at 10:30AM EST (click here to check your reginal time).In this event, Religions for Peace and its partners will highlight case studies from diverse regions and peer-to-peer learning tools to explore how leaders from different faith traditions are challenging the power and norms within faith leadership and working together to harness resources and opportunities to transform prevailing patriarchies, including in the context of humanitarian emergencies.Registratin and more information here
Never before have women led interfaith movements in such numbers and with such diversity. On the celebration of International Women’s Day, Religions for Peace is pleased to announce the release of a new Legacy Publication, Building a Better World: The Women Leading Religions for Peace, highlighting the hard work led by the women of Religions for Peace. The mission of Religions for Peace is to advance multi-religious cooperation and peacebuilding, and this cannot be achieved without the active involvement of the women featured in this publication.
Religions for Peace Asia is please to announce that the Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network will hold the seminar on Peacebuilding and Reconciliation on March 9th, 2023 from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM Japan Standard Time (Check your regional time)Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network has had three main projects since 2022: Anti-Human Trafficking, Climate Change, and Peacebuilding and Reconciliation. Previously, we have conducted projects on Anti-Human Trafficking and Climate Change. As the last project of this fiscal year, we will hold a seminar on Peacebuilding and Reconciliation under the theme “Enhancing Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding and Reconciliation in Asia.”More than two decades after the adoption of UN Security Read more about Please register!!! Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network Seminar on Peacebuilding and Reconciliation[…]
Mrs. Seemi Ikramullah Khan, the chairperson of Religions for Peace Pakistan, has actively supported and dedicated to Religions for Peace for a long time, and interviewed for International Women’s Day.International Women’s Day is a celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It’s also a day to reflect on the progress we’ve made and the work that still needs to be done to achieve gender equality. Religions for Peace Pakistan is celebrating the International Women’s Week from 1st to 8th March ’23 where we will be acknowledging the struggles and efforts of women from all across the world. In this week, we honor the courage, resilience, and Read more about Mrs. Seemi Ikramullah Khan interviewed for International Women’s Day[…]
March 8th is the day of celebrating women! Let’s celebrate together women’s empowerment!Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network will hold the online seminar, tilte “Enhancing Women’s Participation in Peacebuilding and Reconciliation in Asia” on March 9th!Please join us and learn women’s role for peacebuilding and reconciliation!For More Information>>Religions for Peace International celebrates Women’s History Month, not just in March, but every day. Stay tuned for the upcoming release of an article highlighting the women leading Religions for Peace across the globe, on the occasion of the International Day of Women.