Invitation: Asia Pacific Wome of Faith Network Climate Change Seminar

As Women of Faith from the Asia Pacific region, we are increasingly aware of the serious threat thatescalating climate change poses to our families, communities, and countries. Our concept is to shareideas, hopes, and practical proposals that will enable us to make beneficial contributions aligned with our faiths.Please Download Today’s Agenda HereRegistration Link: Tuesday, November 29, 2022 from 2:00 pm-4:30 pm (Japan Standard Time)  (Click Here for Your Local Time)<MC>Dr. Yin Yin Maw      (Secretary-General of Religions for Peace Myanmar)<Speakers (Listed in order of presentation)>[Pre-Session] Ms. Huma Ikramullah     (Secretary-General of RfP Pakistan)Moderator by Daw Yin Yin Maw (Secretary-General of Religions for Peace Myanmar)[Session 1] Rev. James Bhagwan (Recording) : Keynote Read more about Invitation: Asia Pacific Wome of Faith Network Climate Change Seminar[…]

Women of the Tokyo Peace Roundtable, an Interview Series with Mrs. Margaret Barsaba

Religions for Peace continues its Interview Series on the Women of the Tokyo Peace Roundtable. Mrs. Margaret Barsaba, Chairperson of the South Sudan Women of Faith Network, talks about the important work she does and how religious leaders and faith actors can support in times of conflict and reconciliation.READ MORE

Women of the Tokyo Peace Roundtable, an Interview Series with Rev. Kosho Niwano

During the Tokyo Peace Roundtable, co-hosted by Religions for Peace International and Religions for Peace-Japan, Rev. Kosho Niwano, Co-Moderator of Religions for Peace and President-Designate of Rissho-kosei Kai, offers her insights into what were her expectations of the Roundtable and her main takeaways after the Roundtable.READ MORE

Religions for Peace Indonesia Webinar Series II ~Environmental Conservation for Peace~

“Actualization of Religious Life in Developing A Culture of Environmental Care in Society for Peace” Since the Webinar series I, starting from Saturday, 13 August 2022, until now in October 2022,everywhere in all parts of the world, including Indonesia, has increasingly felt and is feeling the effects of“climate change”. The environment full of trees and healthy green plants has also changed into cementgardens, upright standing structures and yard decoration. Rain and heat alternate irregularly. Flashfloods and fallen trees, human casualties, damage to roads and buildings, and difficulty finding cleanwater sources are happening everywhere. Just recently, similar events happened in Bali and East Java.When reflected well and deeply, this experience is a Read more about Religions for Peace Indonesia Webinar Series II ~Environmental Conservation for Peace~[…]

Tokyo Peace Roundtable, the first of a series

Religions for Peace International and Religions for Peace Japan are pleased to share an invitation to join The Tokyo Peace Roundtable, the first in a series Beyond War and Towards Reconciliation: Convening Multi-Religious Peace Roundtables, bringing together faith leaders, policy makers, and representatives of civil society as part of an effort to expedite the cessation of violence, facilitate reconciliation, and restore peace in war-affected countries.  We kindly invite you to register for the following sessions open to all; Opening Session, Session II: Multi Religious Approaches to Reconciliation and Session III: Multi Religious Humanitarianism-Examples from the Multi-Religious Humanitarian Fund, and the Closing Ceremony. Kindly find further details and registration links below. Thank you.  

RfP India celebrates Independence day

On 15 August 2022, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence, Religions for Peace (RfP) India organized an online event to promote interreligious harmony and understanding within the country.The Youth Committee of RfP India commenced the celebration with an Interfaith Prayer for Peace.Youth from various parts of the country, who follow different faith traditions, participated in the following order: Mr. Saksham Vishal Sood, recited the “Gayatri Mantra” as part of the Hindu faith tradition, Mr. Joel George Alex read from the Bible and explained the meaning of the Verses in the current context.This was followed by Ms. Ayesha Samah who read from “Sura Al Anfal” and “Al Furqan” from Read more about RfP India celebrates Independence day[…]

Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network will host Ant-Human Trafficking Seminar

**Registration is Now Open**Religions for Peace Asia (ACRP) is pleased to announce that Asia-Pacific Women of Faith Network (APWoFN) and ACRP will hold an online seminar on anti-Human Trafficking Seminar in Septermber.Our virtual seminars on Anti-Human Trafficking last year, hosted by APWoFN and ACRP fruitfully succeeded to learn the reality of Human Trafficking in Asia and the women and children of Asia trapped in modern-day slavery.As for the next step, the seminar will be focused on finding the concreate action on eradicating the issue of trafficking. ゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+.――゜+Theme: “Tackling Human-Trafficking in Asia: Challenges and Best Practices”.Date/Time: Thursday, September 29th, 2022 at 2:00pm-5:00pm (Japan Standard Time)Registraion link:          Read more about Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network will host Ant-Human Trafficking Seminar[…]