Religions for Peace (Japan) has a special project division which continues to work for the abolition of nuclear weapons. There will be a virtual seminar on halting nuclear dependency, online, on September 12.
The Asia Pacific Women of Faith Network (APWoFN), one of ACRP’s significant networks, will hold a webinar on Human Trafficking. The webinar’s title: “The Reality of Human Trafficking in Asia: A Virtual Summit”. The webinar will take place online, on January 14-15, 2021 @ 12:00-14:30 (Japan Time) (2PM AEDT).
Religions for Peace Australia is a member of the Asian Conference of Religions for Peace. The Deputy Convenor is Prof. Des Cahill, who is the Australian Chair of Religions for Peace. Prof. Cahill was involved in activities and negotiations with Religions for Peace Myanmar. Here, we consider the report of the United States International Committee on Religious Freedom Factsheet on Rohingya Refugees in Southeast Asia.
The Asian Conference of Religions for Peace, also known as Religions for Peace Asia, is the world’s largest regional body of religiously-inspired people working for peace, harmony and the well-being of people in their own countries, in the Asian-Pacific region. What follows is an account of the works of the Asian Conference of Religions for Peace.