Rotary International and Religions for Peace Pakistan hold Climate Change Conference and Awards on December 23-24th in Karachi.Alhamdolillah the President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan inaugurated the event and also gave Climate Change Champions Award to Rev. Dr. Yoshinori Shinohara , Secretary General of Religions for Peace Asia and also gave Award to Ms. Huma Ikramullah Secretary General Religions for Peace Pakistan and also to Muhammad Hanif Khan, Vice President Religions for Peace Pakistan and also to Pastor Ateeq Bhatti, Chairperson Interfaith harmony Committee, Christian, Religions for Peace Pakistan.We are pleased to announce that the Presidential Award was approved and presented to :1. Rev.Dr. Yoshinori Shinohara, Secretary General Religions for Peace Read more about Religions for Peace Pakistan: Climate Change Champions Award to Religions for Peace Asia[…]
The UNICEF, Religions for Peace, and Joint Learning Initiatives (JLI) have organized the Mind and Heart Dialogue Training of Trainers from 27 November to 1st December 2023 in Katmandu Nepal. The program was organized to train the coordinators of each country to implement the Mind-and-Heart Dialogue project in South Asian countries. This training program aims to support faith leaders and organizers to influence attitudes, behavior, and social change that protects and empowers children, families and communities.Professor Dr. Md Rafiqul Islam, the representative of Religion for Peace (RfP), Bangladesh and coordinator of the Mind and Heart Project in Bangladesh attended this training program along with Amal Kha Kha of ARDA and Read more about Prof. Dr. Md Rafiqul Islam of RfP Bangladesh attended is a Certified Mind and Heart Dialogue national trainer[…]
Mr. Amila Nuwan Madhusanka, Youth Program Coordinator / Liaison Officer of Religions for Peace Sri Lanka is now a certified Mind-heart Dialogue national trainer after completing the week-long Mind-Heart Dialogue Training of Trainers (MHD TOT) in Kathmandu, Nepal from November 27 to December 1, 2023.The Mind-Heart Dialogue is an evidence-based reflective and experiential process, that explores faith convictions, lived experiences, and knowledge to influence positive social and behavior change. It supports faith groups and development partners to work together to protect and empower children, families, and communities.Mr. Amila Nuwan Madhusanka has completed his BA degree in Mass Communication and Master in Philosophy in Mass Communication and Public Relations from the Read more about Amila A Certified MHD Trainer of RfP Sri Lanka[…]
Mr. Yash Dhamija is now a certified Mind-Heart Dialogue National trainer after successfully completing the week-long Mind-Heart Dialogue Training of Trainers (MHD TOT) in Kathmandu, Nepal from November 27 to December 1, 2023. The Mind-Heart Dialogue is an evidence-based reflective and experiential process, exploring faith convictions, lived experiences and knowledge to influence positive social and behaviour change. It supports faith groups and development partners to work together to protect and empower children, families, and communities. Mr. Yash Dhamija is the Youth Member of RfP India chapter. He holds a master’s degree in Comparative Religions from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Having worked in the development sector for 4 years, earlier with organizations Read more about YASH Dhamija, A Certified MHD National Trainer of RfP India[…]
Religions for Peace Asia (ACRP) would like to issue the statement for COP 28, which ws adoptedd at the Executive Council meetin on December 4th.The 28th Conference of the Parties (COP 28) is now taking place in Dubai, UAE, with leaders from 198 countries.As the global interfaith network in Asia-Pacific, we, Religions for Peace Asia, would like to appeal our message on climate change to the world.
“After Sunrise” is a masterpiece of documentary filmmaking from SMAN 2 Singaraja that explores the relationship between global temperature rise and some of Bali’s Hindu cultures. In this questioning journey, the film features interviews with religious leaders, the head of SMAN 2 Singaraja, and other interviewees who have unique views on climate change. The film discusses how Balinese religious teachings hold a responsibility towards the sustainability of nature and how these beliefs can be a source of inspiration to keep the earth sustainable. At the same time, the film highlights the coming together of religious provisions and concrete actions to fight climate change.With beautiful visual imagery and a strong narrative, “After Read more about 【After Sunrise SYNOPSIS】[…]
The documentary “Bali Knits the Climate” takes us to the island of Bali, which is famous for its natural and cultural beauty. But Bali is also facing a serious problem, which is climate change. climate change. The movie starts its story with the celebration of Nyepi, a day when everyone in Bali is are not allowed to leave the house. The movie teaches us how important it is to protect the forests, which are called the “lungs of the world. of the world.” People in Bali have worked hard to plant trees and keep their forests healthy. and keep their forests healthy. We also meet Balinese youth who are fighting for fairer Read more about 【BALI MERAJUT IKLIM (BALI KNITS THE CLIMATE) SYNOPSIS】[…]
Climate change is a long-term change in the Earth’s temperature, weather patterns and overall climate. One of the biggest impacts of climate change is an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere. One type of gas is carbon dioxide (CO2), which traps heat in the atmosphere and causes global warming. To address climate change global action is needed, including reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, investments in renewable energy, forest preservation, and changes in human behavior to reduce their carbon footprint. All of this is necessary to protect the environment and prevent the serious impacts of climate change in the future. Mangrove trees are among the trees Read more about 【SATU POHON SEJUTA HARAPAN (ONE TREE A MILLION HOPES) SYNOPSIS】[…]