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#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

1. Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy

KEEPING FAITH, TRANSFORMING TOMORROW – The role of women as religious leaders and diplomats in peace matters was highlighted at the meeting in November 2020.

#RfPWorldAssembly2019

10th World Assembly

CARING FOR OUR COMMON FUTURE – 900 participants from various religious communities from over 100 countries came together in Lindau in 2019 to hold inter-religious peace talks.

#RfPDNAKit

DNA-Kit

An ongoing project is the development and testing of an easy-to-use DNA-Kit. With this Kit, survivors of sexual violence can themselves collect high quality forensic evidence from their abuser providing a pathway to access justice.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

Generations in Dialogue

“Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders on Faith and Diplomacy” –The World Council of Religions for Peace will meet October 4 – 7 and invites generations to discuss the topics Peace and Security, Environment and Humanitarianism.

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#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

Generations in Dialogue

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Reconcilers or Warmongers: On the Peace Potential of Religions

Author Moritz Findeisen from katholisch.de uses the current war in Ukraine to discuss the extent to which religions are more likely to bring peace or fuel conflict.

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German Schoolbook on Ethics Asks Students to Get Informed About Religions for Peace

We are excited to announce that a German publisher used in one of its schoolbooks two texts that have been written in 2019 for a newspaper supplement commissioned by Ring for Peace accompanying the 10th World Assembly. The first text is from journalist Mareike Enghusen titled “Deeply Anchored Common Values” and the second one is from Rabbi David Rosen titled “Fighting Extremism and Fostering Peace“.

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II-08 | „Investing money in virtuous endeavors, if done without spiritual arrogance, will bring blessings”

Jonathan Granoff is the president of the Global Security Institute based in New York. At the 2021 conference, he presented a paper calling for religious institutions to use their financial resources in harmony with their values.  We talked with him about whether there is such a thing as a moral return in addition to financial returns.

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#generationsindialogue: The complete documentation in written, visual and audio

To recap the “Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders: Generations in Dialogue”, it is not necessary to watch the complete conference in video again. It can be done faster: with the official multimedia documentation.

#RfPReligionsforPeace

Faith Communities as Diplomatic Multipliers: International Institutions Establish Cooperation with Religions More Systematically

Religions for Peace and Alliance of Civilizations affirm closer cooperation at a hybrid meeting in December. German foreign policy also attaches greater importance to interreligious cooperation in the future.

#RfPNews

Reconcilers or Warmongers: On the Peace Potential of Religions

Author Moritz Findeisen from katholisch.de uses the current war in Ukraine to discuss the extent to which religions are more likely to bring peace or fuel conflict.

#RfPNews

German Schoolbook on Ethics Asks Students to Get Informed About Religions for Peace

We are excited to announce that a German publisher used in one of its schoolbooks two texts that have been written in 2019 for a newspaper supplement commissioned by Ring for Peace accompanying the 10th World Assembly. The first text is from journalist Mareike Enghusen titled “Deeply Anchored Common Values” and the second one is from Rabbi David Rosen titled “Fighting Extremism and Fostering Peace“.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

II-08 | „Investing money in virtuous endeavors, if done without spiritual arrogance, will bring blessings”

Jonathan Granoff is the president of the Global Security Institute based in New York. At the 2021 conference, he presented a paper calling for religious institutions to use their financial resources in harmony with their values.  We talked with him about whether there is such a thing as a moral return in addition to financial returns.

#RfPGenerationsInDialogue

#generationsindialogue: The complete documentation in written, visual and audio

To recap the “Conference of the World Council of Religious Leaders: Generations in Dialogue”, it is not necessary to watch the complete conference in video again. It can be done faster: with the official multimedia documentation.

16.12.2021 | Lindau/New York

Faith Communities as Diplomatic Multipliers: International Institutions Establish Cooperation with Religions More Systematically

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Faith Communities as Diplomatic Multipliers: International Institutions Establish Cooperation with Religions More Systematically

Religions for Peace and Alliance of Civilizations affirm closer cooperation at a hybrid meeting in December. German foreign policy also attaches greater importance to interreligious cooperation in the future.

16.12.2021 | Lindau/New York

Faith Communities as Diplomatic Multipliers: International Institutions Establish Cooperation with Religions More Systematically

09.11.2021 | Lindau

Ring for Peace Foundation Councilor Gunnar Stålsett receives Federal Cross of Merit from German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier - for his tireless work on the "Responsibility of the World's Religions for Peace

07.10.2021 | Lindau

Conference of religious leaders in Lindau ends. Young generation: Give us a seat at the table

07.10.2021 | Lindau

Statement of the World Council of Religions for Peace, Lindau 2021