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Religions for Peace – Belgium focuses on child protection, health, social cohesion and promoting millennium/sustainable development goals. Here is an illustrative sampling of recent and current initiatives.

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Our Goal

Religions for Peace is committed to leading effective multi-religious responses to the world’s pressing issues. We believe ambitious goals and complex problems can best be tackled when different faith communities work together.

Advancing the highest ideals of human rights and democracy.

Independence Day in the United States of America presents an opportunity to affirm and advance the highest ideals of human rights and democracy.

In honor of these ideals, Religions for Peace USA’s Executive Director, Dr. Tarunjit Butalia, has authored an Op-Ed in the Columbus Dispatch on the promise of America as a place where people of all faith unite in proclaiming all persons have sacred worth and deserve respect for their human rights.

Our Commitment to the World’s Refugees

During the inaugural meeting of the Multi-Religious Council of Leaders, religious leaders representing the world’s diverse faith traditions committed to work together to address the root causes of forced displacement and help those forced to flee by promoting peacebuilding, conflict prevention, inclusion and social cohesion in their countries and regions.

Comprised of more than 20 religious and spiritual leaders, the Multi-Religious Council of Leaders was established by UNHCR in cooperation with Religions for Peace, a long-time UNHCR partner providing inter-religious solidarity and support to refugee and migrant communities. Religions for Peace is proud to share a series of reports by faith communities around the world caring for refugees and displaced peoples.

RELIGIONS FOR PEACE—the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious coalition—advances common action among the world’s religious communities for peace. Religions for Peace works to transform violent conflict, advance human development, promote just and harmonious societies, and protect the earth. The global Religions for Peace network comprises a World Council of senior religious leaders from all regions of the world; six regional inter-religious bodies and more than 90 national ones; and the Global Women of Faith Network and Global Interfaith Youth Network.

We Need Your Help to Make World Better

Advance inter-communal harmony and social cohesion through interreligious cooperation. Communities with diverse religious beliefs live in peace and harmony in Myanmar.


Interfaith Prayer for the 14 May Day of Prayer, Fasting and Works of Charity

Strong partnerships with governments, civil society, and faith-based organisations ensures that our work is effective and leaves no one behind.

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