Please give a warm welcome to the latest groups to join the global URI network. Learn more about these groups, called Cooperation Circles (CCs), here.
We are now 1057 Cooperation Circles Working in 108 Countries!
Building Blocks for Peace Foundation (Oyo, Nigeria, Western Africa)
Building Blocks for Peace Foundation is a youth-led, nongovernmental organization working towards the achievement of a society where there is peace, justice, human rights and meaningful inclusion and engagement of young people. Its members believe that if the world is to achieve peace and sustainable development, there is need for interreligious harmony and understanding.
Baraza (München, Germany)
BARAZA's international team provides a global platform for transcultural and interfaith dialogue. We believe in ideals of Acceptance, Understanding, and Coexistence. Supported by our network of knowledgeable experts, we invest in education, we create real-world encounters, and we build thriving partnerships.
CC URI Guanabara (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
URI Guanabara transcends issues related to individual faiths of the members to address social issues such as peace, culture, tolerance and diversity. Most of the members of CC URI Guanabara are teachers. They understand that people search for the sacred and that in this search they must respect the traditions of other people.
ADR New Beginnings (Tennessee, United States of America)
The American Diversity Report is an award-winning, multi-media platform entering its 15th year. It initiated a “New Beginning” to develop a world where love and compassion replace hate and killing. Mayors and community leaders stand ready to partner with universities, faith groups, businesses, and civic organizations to identify community problems, develop solutions, and counteract the hate that is so destructive in today’s world.