Circles have always been an essential part of URI. In a circle, there is no head of the table; all voices are heard and valued. This is why URI’s grassroots, interfaith groups call themselves “Cooperation Circles.”
In a radio interview, representatives from the Arizona Faith Network (AFN) and Arizona Interfaith Movement (AzIFM) talk about how their organizations are different from one another and, more importantly, how they complement each other's work.
Grammy-nominated musician and URI Cooperation Circle leader Pato Banton will produce an album of global music created by URI Cooperation Circles, to be distributed for free at the Parliament of World Religions and beyond!
After years of trying to entice the interfaith groups here in New Zealand to mark the UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, I was able to coordinate a cultural concert in our capital, Wellington, this year.
The Regional Coordinator of URI Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region participated in the “Integration of Immigrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers” seminar as a key speaker in Sicily, Italy, on 26 May 2018.
United Religions Initiative-Africa is delighted with the good news of the end of the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and highly commends the signing of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship on 9 July 2018 by the governments of the two countries.