Fraternidad Interespiritual

We believe that, with learning and understanding diversity, the human family will live in harmony
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Promoting harmonious coexistence between the diversity of the human family.
Traditions
Agnostic, Atheist, Baha'i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism
Number of Members
15
Location
México City, 03810, Mexico
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Fraternidad Interreligiosa is a group formed by Bahá'ís, Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jews and Sikhs. Together they are carrying out study activities, forums, workshops and conferences on harmony. Members of Fraternidad Interreligiosa have been invited to participate as panelists in the Forum in the Senate of the Republic of Mexico and the Forum in the Chamber of Deputies. Both forums were broadcast on the Congress television channel, making visible the importance of interreligious dialogue.

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Second Wave of the COVID Epidemic: no vaccines and no health for all

Within the framework of the International Day of Human Fraternity proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations, the Circle of Multiple Cooperation "Latin American Interreligious Forum on Human Rights" held a meeting to reflect on the Latin American situation regarding the second wave of the COVID pandemic that has uncovered in a crude and real way, the lack of human fraternity due to the terrible health situation and the lack of access to health rights.