Condolences for the Passing of Religions for Peace‘s Women Leaders
Religions for Peace is deeply saddened by the passing of two veterans of religious peacebuilding, Hon. Ms. Mehrezeia Labidi-Maiza (Tunis and France) and Ms. Mary Khin Nyo Nyo (Myanmar). Inspired by their faith, they devoted their lives to serving peaceful coexistence and justice for all people. As we mourn the loss of their servant leadership, and their contributions to peace, we honour their memory and celebrate their lives. We send their families and colleagues our prayers for strength. Their passing calls us to remember the loss of each life due to Covid-19 and senseless violence. To honour their lives and their deaths, we commit to continuing to facilitate multi religious collaboration for the health, peace, and security for all.
Entra in vigore oggi il Trattato per la Proibizione delle Armi Nucleari (TPAN), ratificato lo scorso Ottobre 2020.
È senz’altro un traguardo positivo, anche se attendiamo, sollecitiamo e richiediamo che il nostro paese, l’Italia , ed altri importanti paesi dell’Unione Europea e non solo, che ancora non l’hanno fatto, firmino il trattato.
In these months, Religions for Peace, originally called (World Conference for Religions and Peace) WCRP celebrates the 50th anniversary of its foundation. It is the occasion to look back and see the prophecy behind it and the one of its collaboration with Chiara Lubich and the Focolare Movement.