Share Your Plans for World Interfaith Harmony Week 2019

10 January 2019, 6:57 PM

World Interfaith Harmony Week 2019 is the first week in February. We want to include you!

Every year, the URI community celebrates World Interfaith Harmony Week in celebrations around the world. We love to compile a list of celebrations on our website so we can appreciate the full, impressive scope of our worldwide community all celebrating together across borders and other divides.

Don't have plans yet, but want to be inspired? Check out examples of URI celebrations from previous years.

Please share your celebrations with us on the form below so we can include you on our list! We love the publicity and visibility boost it gives to all URI Cooperation Circles who participate.

 
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We invite URI Cooperation Circles and URI Regional Support Offices to share their plans for World Interfaith Harmony Week! Please take a moment to fill out the form below to inform us of your plans and how you hope the event will unfold. After the event has happened, we hope you'll send us actual numbers (of participants, etc.) with reflections on what took place. We wish you the best and thank you for all the work you do to bring peace, justice, and healing to the world! If you have any questions, please email WIHW@uri.org.
 
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Please use your best guess to give us the information requested below. After the event has happened, we hope you'll send us actual numbers (of participants, etc.) with reflections on what took place.
By submitting this form, I agree that this information may be used by URI, and information about events may be shared with interested partners. (URI will not share your contact information.)
 
 

 

About World Interfaith Harmony Week

February 1-7 of each year has been designated World Interfaith Harmony Week by the United Nations. It was launched in February 2011 to promote harmony among people of different faiths at a time when interreligious conflict is claiming lives and livelihoods all over the world. Learn more here.