Religions for Peace International will engage the Myanmar Peace Process in conversation with the co-founder of Religions for Peace Myanmar. This is a free session, all are welcome to attend on Jun 11, 2021 08:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada).
Al Haj U Aye Lwin
* Co-Founder, Religions for Peace Myanmar
* Chair, Islamic Center of Myanmar
* Member, Kofi Annan Advisory Commission on the Rakhine State
Al Haj U Aye Lwin is the chief convener for the Islamic Centre of Myanmar and is a founding member of Religions for Peace, Myanmar. He is also the Treasurer of the Management Committee of the Bahadur Shah Mausoleum, and was the appointed leader of the Myanmar Government sponsored Hajj delegation in 1998.
He has a long-running interest in Sufi traditions and serves as a Kalifa, or spiritual guide, in the Qadariya Aarliya Sufi order. He has authored and translated dozens of books on Islam and comparative religion and presented papers at seminars nationally and internationally. He is deeply involved in peacebuilding and conflict transformation in his native Myanmar. An educator by profession, Al Haj U Aye Lwin teaches physical education and serves on the Board of Management at the Diplomatic School in Yangon.
Topic: The Struggle for Federal Democracy & Inclusive Governance In Myanmar
Description: A Conversation with Al Haj U Aye Lwin (Co-Founder, Religions for Peace Myanmar; Chair, Islamic Center of Myanmar; Member, Kofi Annan Advisory Commission on Rakhine State) on The Struggle for Federal Democracy & Inclusive Governance In Myanmar.
Location: Live from Religions for Peace Headquarters in New York
Time: Jun 11, 2021 08:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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