Circulo De Cooperación para el Diálogo CC

Protecting cultural diversity and defending human rights
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"Our purpose is to develop intercultural dialogue to promote peace, mutual comprehension, forgiveness and reconciliation."
Traditions
Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Spirituality
Sub-Traditions
Ananda Marga, Buddhist, Catholic
Number of Members
32
Location
Caracas, Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
Joined URI Network

Circulo De Cooperación para el Diálogo Cooperation Circle (CC) actively studies the biological, psychological and spiritual potential human beings have to build peace, and educates families and communities about mutual respect, dialogue, fraternal solidarity, cooperation, trust, justice, tolerance and peace.

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URI Stories

Farewell, Welcome and Gratitude for 2020-2024 Global Trustees

On Thursday, September 10, 2020, the Regional Coordination of Latin America & the Caribbean invited all the Cooperation Circles of the region to a meeting via zoom to bid farewell to the 2016-2020 management of the Global Trustees: Sofía Painiqueo, member of the Aflaiai CC of Chile, Salette Aquino member of the CC Brasilia of Brazil and David Limo member of the CC URI Lima of Peru, whose these four years represented all CCs before the Global Council of URI and in turn welcomed the new elected Trustees for the 2020 period -2024: Salette Aquino, CC Brasilia Francisco Morales, CC Comunidad Cósmica and Rosadelia Quizhpe, CC Samay who assume the post to represent the CCs.

Vesak day Celebration

Last Thursday, May 7, 2020, Vesak Day, also known as "Visakha Puja" or "Buddha Day" was celebrated around the world. It is the holiest day in the Buddhist calendar. It commemorates the birth of the Buddha, his illumination and his transit. On this date millions of Buddhists go to the temples and make offerings. The decision to celebrate Vesak worldwide was established in 1950, at a conference of the World Fellowship of Buddhists.