9th World Assembly – The Vienna Declaration

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Global religious leaders committed today to work together to resist hostility toward the “other” in their declaration: “Welcoming the Other – A Multi-Religious Vision of Peace.” The declaration, adopted on the last day of the Assembly, presents a framework for action going forward.

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World Assembly: Syrian Religious Leaders call for release of Bishops

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At the 9th World Assembly of Religions for Peace, Muslim and Christian Leaders Call for Common Action. Syrian religious leaders attending the 9th World Assembly of Religions for Peace called for the release of two abducted bishops in Syria.

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UN Alliance of Civilizations Rep addresses World Assembly

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High Representative of the Alliance of Civilizations, Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, addressed the Ninth World Assembly of Religions for Peace. Representative Nasser told that Religions for Peace and the Alliance of Civilisations have a common objective in serving the world by promoting peace, stability and harmony.

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Welcoming the Other through Conflict Prevention and Transformation

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Dr Gunnar Stålsett, Moderator of Religions for Peace Europe (European Commission of Religious Leaders) outlined the five steps to attaining peace and welcoming the other at the 9th World Assembly in Vienna.

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9th World Assembly Resources

The 9th World Assembly of Religions for Peace will be held in Vienna during November, 2013. Delegates from Religions for Peace Australia will be attending the Assembly. Download the Theme Paper of the 9th World Assembly Follow the 9th World Assembly on social media Welcoming the Other The Assembly Theme Paper may be downloaded here … Read more