2048 is a project within the University of California, Berkeley, Law School. Through its website, 2048 provides curriculum for teachers to teach about the evolution of international human rights. One example is the lesson plan 2048 has prepared for International Human Rights Day, December 10, of each year. The plan includes a film, made by university students for students, and discussion points so that, on the same day, students in many countries learn about rights they all share.
Our purpose is to foster peace and reconciliation by promoting interfaith dialogue. We also aim to maximize charitable contributions on both a local and a global scale.
A Better Community for All Pakistan (ABC4ALL) was launched on Global Love Day in 2008. As a Cooperation Circle, we have organized community meetings to inform women and children in our community about URI's Preamble, Purpose and Principles. We have also met with other faith communities to dialogue and celebrate worldwide events like International Day of Peace and World Interfaith Harmony Week. Our participation in World Interfaith Harmony Week 2013 was particularly successful. To celebrate this occasion, Muslim and Christian school children and teachers came together to eat, pray, and share songs and poems about harmony, love, and peace.
We support the URI purpose by being mindful and prayerful for all the participants of URI. Daily we send the healing energy of Reiki to each and every person involved in this process of healing to every living being on the planet. We offer this support with love and caring. As we do this work, we too are blessed.
Our purpose is to promote economic development and defend human rights through the interfaith movement.
With URI's support, AAWAAZ promotes peace in the state of Maharashtra by empowering the downtrodden, promoting human rights and stimulating local economic development.
ARLPI is actively involved in the following advocacy and lobbying in response to legislation; research and documentation on topics such as the Juba Peace Talks Agenda and the UN Security Council Resolutions; peace building and conflict transformation activities such as community sensitizations, cross boarder workshops, learning visits, community peace prayers; and women empowerment issues such as sexual based violence against women; and interfaith relations.
Action Against Poverty has many vibrant initiatives to promote development and disaster management in the Punjab region of India. Our core objectives involve working for the economic and social empowerment of underprivileged communities through microcredit, community development, and leadership building.
Members of Action Against Poverty provide formal and informal and vocational training for impoverished communities. We also promote peace-building concepts, interfaith dialogue, harmonious living and cultures of peace and tolerance.
This CC was started in Sweden in 1998 by a group of eight people who wanted to serve the needs of people in Africa. In 1999 they established a group in Uganda, named AFFINET CC. There are over 100 members working with communities to demonstrate their respect for one other, and stewardship for the earth and its rich supply of resources. Members value harmony in the world of nature, not exploitation of its resources.
The name AflaIai is the word used by the Mapuche people to mean “eternal.” This group came together to revive their cosmovision and ensure its eternity through promoting their language, culture, its values and spirituality. In doing so, they hope to heal the earth and enrich the larger community. One of the highlights of their work has been to promote gatherings between Mapuche women, the ones who have been entrusted to share their ancestral knowledge. Another highlight has been to restore the cultivation of medicinal plants, a practice which has been replaced by the commercial venture of ornamental plants.
The African Centre for Peace Building is an NGO that promotes sustainable peace and development in Ghana, and Africa at large. The work is focused on peace education, conflict prevention, youth development, promotion of human rights, health, education, women's empowerment and the alleviation of poverty.