Interfaith Engagement Beyond the Divide: Approaches, Experiences, and Practices

Book Cover:  Interfaith Engagement Beyond the Divide: Approaches, Experiences, and Practices


Interfaith Engagement Beyond the Divide showcases interfaith dialogue and collaborative research and praxis between authors of different faiths. Thhis book explores future prospects of interfaith collaborations and effective solutions to contemporary global problems. It features inspirational, aspirational, and propositional reflections from diverse religious traditions.

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At a Crossroads: An Intergenerational and Multireligious Response to the Social and Environmental Crises Report

At a Crossroads: An Intergenerational and Multireligious Response to the Social and Environmental Crises Report

At a Crossroads: An Intergenerational and Multireligious Response to the Social and Environmental Crisis” was hosted by Religions for Peace and the City Council of Manresa, Spain, on November 28-30, 2022. Timed to coincide with the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius of Loyola’s pilgrimage to Manresa, which highlighted cross-sectoral concerns of environment, migration, and social transformation, this international consultation was aimed at addressing the environmental crises facing our planet.

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Mindful Peace: A New Religions for Peace Blog

Mindful Peace: A New Religions for Peace Blog

Religions for Peace is pleased to announce the launch of our new blogspace, “Mindful Peace” – a platform dedicated to promoting interfaith understanding, reflection and cooperation for peace. This blog aims to provide a safe and welcoming space for people of all faith and Indigenous traditions to come together and share perspectives on issues related to Religions for Peace’s Six Strategic Goals.

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Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award

Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award
Religions for Peace, the world’s most representative multi-faith organisation, is pleased to announce the inaugural Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award! Women of faith are the backbone of all faith communities and religious institutions but are rarely recognised for their efforts. Religions for Peace understands the importance of recognising and amplifying the work of women of faith and women-led initiatives, as they are often overlooked in the fields of peacebuilding and interfaith cooperation. Through this award, Religions for Peace aims to highlight and bring attention to the crucial role that women of faith play in creating lasting change in their communities and beyond.

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Religions for Peace International – Annual Report

Religions for Peace International - Annual Report

In this Annual Report for year 2022, Religions for Peace International shares a few highlights on how Religions for Peace advances multi-religious cooperation for the common good. As we celebrate these Holy Days this month, across faiths and across continents, we commemorate the vital work that the global movement advanced and mobilised in 2022. We are honoured to present the Religions for Peace 2022 Annual Report 👉🏽 http://bit.ly/3GiZmst

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Religions for Peace Announces Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award

Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award

Religions for Peace, the world’s most representative multi-faith organisation, is pleased to announce the inaugural Women of Excellence in Multi-Religious Action Award! Women of faith are the backbone of all faith communities and religious institutions but are rarely recognised for their efforts. Religions for Peace understands the importance of recognising and amplifying the work of women of faith and women-led initiatives, as they are often overlooked in the fields of peacebuilding and interfaith cooperation. Through this award, Religions for Peace aims to highlight and bring attention to the crucial role that women of faith play in creating lasting change in their communities and beyond.

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Review: Marching to a Silent Tune

Book Cover - Marching to a Silent TuneSome people are called to stand up and say “Hell, No” to war, despite the personal cost. Set against the backdrop of the turbulent 1960s, this remarkable memoir details the author’s experience as a conscript in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. Jerry Gioglio relates with compelling honesty his struggles to understand and embody his working-class , Catholic upbringing while responding to civil rights challenges, the military draft, and the dehumanizing aspects of military training.

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Addressing Modern Slavery

Addressing Modern SlaveryAddressing Modern Slavery provides important insights into the complexities that perpetuate slavery in a contemporary context, long after it was officially abolished. This book confronts the dark side of development that comes with intractable, complex, multi-tiered global supply chains. In particular, it highlights that global supply chains not only link us to modern slavery, but frequently generate the preconditions necessary for modern slavery to flourish in industries such as agriculture, manufacturing and mining, which account for the majority of slaves in the world. Governments can also be complicit: while modern slavery can be connected to companies and consumers through supply chains, there are also governments that actively promote and benefit from slave labour.

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Christianity’s American Fate: How Religion Became More Conservative and Society More Secular

Christianity's American Fate: How Religion Became More Conservative and Society More SecularHow did American Christianity become synonymous with conservative white evangelicalism? This sweeping work by a leading historian of modern America traces the rise of the evangelical movement and the decline of mainline Protestantism’s influence on American life. In Christianity’s American Fate, David Hollinger shows how the Protestant establishment, adopting progressive ideas about race, gender, sexuality, empire, and divinity, liberalized too quickly for some and not quickly enough for others.

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Faithful Peace: Why the Journey to Build Resilience is Multi-Religious

Faithful Peace: Why the Journey to Build Resilience is Multi-Religious

Religions for Peace and the Standing Commission on Interreligious Education are proud to launch our latest publication, Faithful Peace: Why the Journey to Build Resilience is Multi-Religious.

With Christian, Hindu, Indigenous, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh theologies, perspectives, and insights, this brilliant and enlightening piece of work explores the importance of multi-religious engagement and why this effort to bring people of all faiths and traditions together, can and does create a more peaceful world.

Prof. Azza Karam, Secretary General and Editor-in-Chief, as well as Programme Officer of Partnerships and Interreligious Education, Dr. Karen Leslie Hernandez and Editor of this publication, invite you to read, learn, think, and thrive in these multi-religious viewpoints from eight Interreligious Education Standing Commission members including – Dr. Pritpal Kaur Ahluwalia, Dr. Luigi De Salvia, Ms. Pascale Frémond, Dr. Johannes Läehnemann, Dr. Anantanand Rambachan, Dr. Lilian J. Sison, Dr. Nayla Tabbara, and Rabbi Dr. Burton Visotzky.

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