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. Join hundreds of interfaith Cooperation Circles (member groups) worldwide in taking action this year to build peace.
Many CCs and regional teams are working to build Interfaith Harmony at a local/regional and global level.
World Interfaith Harmony Week is a time to celebrate the efforts done and the goals achieved as well as inspire others to do the same.
This is why sharing stories, photographs, reports, and flyers of events is critical. We encourage you to tell the URI community what you are doing to observe this time to celebrate efforts to build Interfaith Harmony.
Looking for ideas on how to celebrate? See past URI celebrations.
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