This CC, based in Nigeria’s Bauchi State, is a non-profit organization working to promote quality health care, environmental education and management, leadership development and youth interfaith communication and integration. Founded in 2008 as a youth group, the organization has supported grassroots organizations and school groups in identifying, analyzing and setting priorities for participatory actions.
Committed to raise international awareness of the dangers of the damaged reactors at Fukushima Daiichi, and work toward an effective international response.
CC members are part of a large network of activists whose goal is to raise international awareness about the dangers of the crippled nuclear plant at Fukushima Daiichi. They are looking for solutions to the enormous danger to all life posed by the ongoing discharge of radioactivity into the air and water, and by the very real possibility of another huge explosion, which could be triggered by another large earthquake or typhoon, or by a mishap during the removal of bent and twisted spent fuel rods from a damaged pool on the roof of fragile building 4, 100 feet in the air. They are grateful for the opportunity to organize our efforts, and to disseminate their message to the larger circles that connect with URI.
1) held a prayer day on Friday, November 8th, the day TEPCO originally planned to start removing the Unit 4 rods, (they've postponed it) and plan to continue with prayers every Friday.
2) arranged for Chief Arvol Looking Horse and Paula Horne-Mullen, members of our circle, to speak at the United Nations.
3) continued working to have a Resolution introduced into the General Assembly which would internationalize the cleanup at Fukushima.
4) conducted an ongoing exhaustive media search, and consulted with a number of experts to ascertain the true dangers and evaluate the various options available to remedy the situation, technically, politically and spiritually.
To build a peaceful world following the Millennium Goals of United Nations
This group is composed of several current Christians, Muslims and different indigenous practices being given that Cameroon has more than 200 ethnic groups and linguistic expressionsIt will facilitate ethical, cultural, spiritual and religiouscohabitation. We intend to work with all social communities to achieve our goals.
This organization was established in October 2012 and since then they have participated in several workshops and undertaken humanitarian actions in the field supporting peace building in the world together with their partners.
GFLP is a non-profit tax exempt organization founded by Dharma Master Hsin Tao, who also is the founder of the Museum of World Religions. In accordance with the philosophy of respect for all faiths, tolerance for all cultures, and love for all life, GFLP is dedicated to building a harmonious world through promoting values-based education, organizing and directing activities for young people in the field of social service, and sponsoring interfaith dialogues.
To serve the needs of the most vulnerable - particularly women and children, victims of rapes & civil conflicts, and the poor - with a specific focus on neglected groups and cases, to empower communities by building capacity and by maximizing local resources in program design and implementation, to promote self-reliance, peaceful coexistence, and reintegration of marginalized communities with the main focus to bring peace among people in the Great lakes regions reaching to all existing religions.
This organization started as EVOVIG in 1998 with the purpose of helping widowers and orphans victims of war, in 2008 when one of the members went to the United States as a refugee from the D.R. Congo; they decided to start reaching in all Great Lakes region of Africa. This was when they changed their name to G.L.P.F (Great Lakes Peace Foundation).
The organization works with more than 10 members located in Burundi and D.R. Congo with another group of volunteers who work from one place to other spreading messages about peace and reconciliation in Africa. They also reach to indigenous population talking about peace and reconciliation.
Their plans for the future include to reinstate peace among these countries of the Great Lakes region of Africa regardless of their tribes or any ethnic background,to strengthen human rights, continue dialogue and negotiations for a peaceful country.
GreenProphet.com is a Middle Eastern environmental news site that focuses on green stories and living tips. We believe that as ecological issues have no boundaries, and there must be a forum for green leaders in the region to come together online. This year we organized a blogger's conference for young activists in Jordan. We also attended a Middle East water security event, attended by the Prince of Jordan, and voiced our concerns about the importance of getting young voices and that of environmentalists into the Middle East water dialogue and negotiations. To learn more, visit www.greenprophet.com
To learn from the wisdom of the faith traditions in responding ethically to our ecological environment. To act practically on ecological issues aimed at healing ourselves and our environment. Through this action, to create opportunities for interfaith friendship and learning. To foster ecological and cultural flourishing through diversity.
We began in August 2008 when a meeting was called for all those of diverse faiths interested in starting an ecologically focused interfaith and spiritual network. Out of this meeting a board was formed. We launched our organization with a three part seminar series on Water with high quality presentations by faith leaders, scientists and political and community speakers. We have established communications with other green oriented faith networks locally, nationally and internationally. We are registered as an incorporated organization.
To learn more, visit www.greenfaithaustralia.org
The purpose of our group which consists of 23 members, is to bring religious leaders from various faiths together and create a culture of harmony, respect for one another, cooperation, love and mutual understanding. As a group we regularly visit Churches, Mosques and medical missions. Amongst many other activities, we conduct interfaith council meetings, celebrate the Mindanao Week of Peace, the Lanao Month of Peace and many other activities.
Our purpose is to develop the socio-economic structure in Karachi; to make health care services more widely available; and to carry out our work in a spirit of tolerance, forgiveness, and acceptance.
Our Cooperation Circle holds interfaith seminars to promote dialogue and bring about peace in Pakistan. We offer interfaith education in schools in slums. In addition to celebrating Eid and Christmas, we have also participated in Global Love Day by holding an interfaith prayer meeting. In the past, dozens of leading church representatives have participated in these gatherings.