Religions for Peace Asia is a dynamic Asian network working for world peace spreading from the Asia-Pacific region while respecting each other’s religions.
Since the 2021 Tokyo Governance Assembly, each chapter has been actively engaged in peace activities with its neighbors and in cooperation with domestic governments and NGO organizations. The achievements of their actions are reported at the annual ACRP Executive Council Meeting.
Among the activities, we have identified the ACRP Flagship Projects in April 2019, which are composed of five prioritized project areas: namely, 1) Prevention of Human Trafficking, 2) Education of the Dignity of Live, 3) Conflict Transformation and Reconciliation, 4) Development and Environment and 5) Advancement of Youth Leadership. The formulation of Flagship Projects was derived from the 11 specific recommendations for action, which are contained in the Incheon Assembly Declaration, adopted at the 8th Assembly of ACRP in 2014. Each of the five flagship projects is independent but interconnected and takes the initiative for peace.
(For more information on each project, please see the Flagship Project page here)
Here we would like to introduce you to each chapter’s activity report 2022.
01. Australia02. Bangladesh
coming soon04. China
05. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
06. East Timor
coming soon07. India
coming soon10. Japan11. Kyrgyzstan
coming soon12. Malaysia
coming soon14. Myanmar
National Report-Nepal 20221 | A Monk championing end of child marriage in Nepal | An interfaith journey of solidarity | Hitting the Streets to end child marriage in Nepal
16. New Zealand
coming soon17. Pakistan
CC letter | CLIMATE CHANGE | Report on Flagship project | RfP Pakistan – Year Report | Smart Village
coming soon19. Republic of Korea
coming soon21. Sri Lanka
coming soon22. Thailand
RfP Thailand Report (March-August 2022) | Full Narrative Report (Youth Digital Harmony for Peace) | Outline of curriculum (Youth Digital Harmony for Peace)
APWoFN 2022 (Online seminars) | APWoFN 2022 (Online seminars)-2