Religions for Peace believes that peace and safety are fundamental human rights entitled to all, Israeli and Palestinian alike—no person should have to live in fear or flee for their safety.<<READ MORE>>
Please join us in taking a moment to secure an earth capable of nurturing life in all of its magnificent diversity this Thursday 12 October, 2023 11.30am to 12 noon Western Australia12.30 pm to 1.00 pm Japan1.30 pm Brisbane2.00 pm to 1.30 pm South Australia2.30 pm to 3.00 pm Hobart Melbourne and Sydney9.30 pm to 10.00 pm Wednesday 16th New Mexico (Please note time changes due to Daylight Savings commencing in New South Wales, South Australia & Tasmania) https://zoom.us/j/98905456344Passcode: 082143 Introduction into Silence Guest speaker:Bishop Philip HugginsAn Anglican Bishop who in recent years has felt compelled to do what he can to preventcatastrophic climate change.Member of the Interfaith Liaison Committee to the UNFCCCRecent President of the National Council of Churches Read more about Prayers and Meditations for Our Earth And UNFCCC COP 28 UAE, Nov-Dec 2023[…]
Religions for Peace, in collaboration with Routledge, Religions Matters, is pleased to invite you to the virtual book launch “The Significance of Religion in Human Rights and the SDG’s.”This virtual book launch will continue our collaborative efforts to ensure the importance of recognising well rounded, multi-religious educational materials that create platforms for sustainable peacebuilding and human rights efforts, worldwide.
This High-Level meeting jointly organised by the Trilateral Partnership and regional faith-based networks for the SDGs, with Religions for Peace and partners, aimed to leverage the expertise, experiences, and collective strength of regional networks to inspire faith and hope, promote moral and spiritual imperatives, and provide high-level political advocacy for transformative action.<<PHOTO>>
Religions for Peace hosted in-person film screening of Guardians of the Rainforest, produced by award-winning filmmakers Ms. Lia Beltrami and Ms. Marianna Beltrami, with the support of Religions for Peace, a lead implementing partner of the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative (IRI), a United Nations-led global programme.
On 21 September 2023, Religions for Peace, the Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF), and the International Islamic Fiqh Academy (IIFA) co-organised a side event on the margins of the 78th United Nations General Assembly. This event featured discussions to foster interfaith dialogue, promote mutual understanding, and empower the youth to combat racism in all its forms.＜＜PHOTO＞＞