Religions for Peace Asia is pleased to invite you to an online seminar on climate change issues, to be held Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 2:00 PM (Japan Standard Time),hosted by Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network. (Click Here for Your Local Time)
Inspired By Our Faiths and Spiritualities to Move Forward with Climate Action
As Women of Faith from the Asia Pacific region, we are increasingly aware of the serious threat that escalating climate change poses to our families, communities, and countries. Our concept is to share ideas, hopes, and practical proposals that will enable us to make beneficial contributions aligned with our faiths.
➤ Developing a clear understanding of how multireligious actors can take a range of actions that can leverage positive influence to address climate change challenges across our region.
➤ Strengthening bonds of familiarity, trust, and active engagement between diverse faith leaders, and between religious and secular policymakers and the experts on climate change.
➤ Building a religious network for specific activities (and learning exchanges) related to climate change.
When: Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 2:00 PM (Japan Standard Time) (Click Here for Your Local Time)
Where: Online using Zoom
Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYrf-mtpjksGtWyy0kT0UxlWtEyYY4V43N6
Master of Ceremonies
Daw Yin Yin Maw
(Secretary-General of Religions for Peace Myanmar)
Speakers (Listed in order of presentation)
Ms. Huma Ikramullah
(Secretary-General of RfP Pakistan)
Dr. Lilian Sison
(President of Religions for Peace Philippines)
Dr. Deepali Bhanot
(A member of Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network, Co-President of Religions for Peace Asia)
Ms. Christina Lee
(A member of Focolare and Committee for Promoting Christian Unity & Interreligious Dialogue of Catholic Bishops’
Conference of Korea)
Prof. Lin Manhong
(Member of China Committee on Religion and Peace)
Mr. Takashi Hashimoto
(Deputy Director of Peacebuilding Department of Religions for Peace Japan)
Ms. Philippa Rowland
(Chair of Religions for Peace Australia)
A member of Asia & the Pacific Interfaith Youth Network
*Speakers are subject to change.
Hindu prayer by Ms. Pooja Manandhar
(Secretary-General of Religions for Peace Nepal)