Senior religious leaders of different faiths from seven countries will work together at a Religions for Peace summit to find ways Sri Lanka’s violent ethnic conflict may be settled through peaceful means.
Press Release: Senior Religious Leaders Build Peace in Middle East, Strengthen Muslim-Christian Dialogue
The Religions for Peace Executive Committee takes action to build peace in the Middle East, strengthen Muslim-Christian dialogue, and call for participatory governance in Burma.
More than 3,000 messages of peace delivered to ASEAN Chair in Religions for Peace Campaign for Burma.
The Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land—led by senior-most Jewish, Christian, and Islamic leaders—pledged to advance peace in the Middle East and dedicated itself to protecting sites holy to each faith tradition.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Rt. Rev. Dr. Rowan Williams, has been confirmed as a Co-President of Religions for Peace.
HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talan writes on Muslim, Jewish, and Christian commonalities
An article in the Horn of Africa Bulletin by Dr. Mustafa Ali, Secretary General of the Religions for Peace African Council of Religious Leaders.
Dr. William F. Vendley, Religions for Peace Secretary General, writes about the added advantage of multi-religious cooperation in InterAction's monthly magazine.
Press Release - Asian Religious Youth Leaders Reject Abuse of Religions, Forge Consensus at Regional Summit
Asian youth leaders will forge an alternative to religious extremism and the violent abuse of religion in support of violence at the Summit of Asian Religious Youth Leaders, 4–7 September 2007 in Singapore. The event will bring together youth representatives of major pan-Asian religious organizations and religious youth leaders from 18 countries.
When one of the holiest sites in Shiite Islam, the Askariya shrine in my birthplace of Samarra, Iraq, was bombed again last month, I was asleep in a hotel steps away from the United Nations. Again, I woke to grief. This, alas, is a familiar routine.