July 30th is the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, as declared by the United Nations. The Asian Conference on Religions for Peace is conducting an online prayer vigil for victims of Human Trafficking. Christians, Buddhists, Shinto, and Muslims will pray together (online) on July 30th, 2021 at 6:00pm, Tokyo time.
Religions for Peace Asia is pleased to announce that Asia-Pacific Women of Faith Network and the Asian Conference on Religions for Peace will hold their second virtual symposium on Human Trafficking on June 22 and 23, 2021, at noon (Japan Standard Time).
The the aspiration of all peoples is for a better future when the global community was facing unprecedented challenges. This seminar was designed to provide a platform of equal learning for the eleven nations represented. In building a community for a shared future, it was critical ‘not to talk past each other but to experience joint and fruitful sharing’. Mankind’s future depends on collaboration, harmony and shared understandings.
In Dhaka on November 27th-28th 2018, Religions for Peace Bangladesh sponsored an international seminar on World Peace through Interfaith and Intrafaith Dialogue in association with Religions for Peace Asia. Emertius Professor Desmond Cahill is Deputy Moderator of the Asian Conference on Religions for Peace and delivered one keynote address on The Role Of Religious Leaders In The Creation Of Peace, Social Cohesion And Religious Dialogue In The Context Of 21st Century Asia in Dhaka.
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