UNHCR and Religions for Peace form Multi-religious Council of Leaders to tackle global displacement challenges

(14 September 2020 | Global)

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Religions for Peace, a global, multi-religious movement representing the world’s faith institutions and traditions, announced today a commitment to form a Multi-religious Council of Leaders to strengthen efforts to address the root causes of conflict and displacement, and to support peacebuilding, inclusion and reconciliation efforts.

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Hagia Sophia – The World’s Multi-Religious Leaders Call for Calm

Hagia Sophia – The World’s Multi-Religious Leaders Call for Calm  

(24 July 2020 | Istanbul, Turkey)

Religious leaders from Indigenous, Jewish, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Jain, Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Sikh, and Bahá’í traditions are raising their “voices and hands” as one “to urge for mercy and respect towards one another” in response to the Hagia Sofia situation.

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Dialogo tra uno studioso cristiano ortodosso ed uno musulmano su Hagia Sophia

Apertura o chiusura della Basilica di Santa Sofia?

Approccio culturale e spirituale.

Dialogo tra due accademici, poliglotti e filosofi. Oreste Papadopul è un greco pontico (comunità sotto la giurisdizione del Patriarca di Costantinopoli) originario della Romania. Ha vissuto in Europa orientale e occidentale, oltre che negli Stati Uniti. Membro di Religions for Peace (RfP) a Bruxelles, Mohammed Jamouchi condivide le sue riflessioni a seguito della richiesta di dialogo formulata dalla D.G. (A. Azoulav) dell’UNESCO .

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