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#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.

#RfPEducation

Education Project

Ring for Peace and Religions for Peace are committed to an educational project with students on the topic of interreligious peace dialogue and responsibility for peace.

#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

Women, Faith & Diplomacy

KEEPING FAITH, TRANSFORMING TOMORROW

The role of women as religious leaders and diplomats in peace matters was highlighted at the meeting on November 10-13, 2020.

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Women, Faith & Diplomacy

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International Day against Violence against Women – How Ring for Peace is involved

Today, November 25th, the world commemorates discrimination and violence against women and girls. The Lindauer Stiftung Friedensdialog der Weltreligionen und Zivilgesellschaft, Ring for Peace, is permanently launching very concrete projects to remedy this situation. Learn more about the ongoing efforts of our foundation.

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Interview with Gunnar Stålsett

The ecumenical unity of the churches depends in particular on the question of the extent to which women and men are equal, explains former Bishop Gunnar Stålsett. Stålsett believes that for women in the Orthodox Church to have more rights, a religious leader is needed who is willing to risk his own future for the future of the Church.

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Interview with Azza Karam

Learn why Prof. Azza Karam thinks that it is inevitable for the UN to work with religious leaders and movements.

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Interview with Margrit Wettstein

“All the women here have done something about it, something that has made a difference”, says Margritt Wettstein in an interview with Ring for Peace magazine.

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Interview with Margot Käßmann

“Real encounters are often a mutual encouragement”, says Margot Käßmann in our interview with Ring for Peace magazine.

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International Day against Violence against Women – How Ring for Peace is involved

Today, November 25th, the world commemorates discrimination and violence against women and girls. The Lindauer Stiftung Friedensdialog der Weltreligionen und Zivilgesellschaft, Ring for Peace, is permanently launching very concrete projects to remedy this situation. Learn more about the ongoing efforts of our foundation.

13.11.2020 | Lindau

The connection between humans and the environment plays a major role in interreligious dialogue, and becomes especially evident considering that the canons of all world religions agree that nature must be protected.

13.11.2020 | Lindau / International

High participation in virtual Religions for Peace conference: more than 1,500 daily livestream participants / tens of thousands reached via social channels – Focus on women and diplomacy – Covid-19 requires more dialogue with religious leaders

12.11.2020 | Lindau

To develop strategies for prevention and help, it needs diplomatic experience, empathy and sensitivity in both politics and religion.

11.11.2020 | International

A series of terrorist attacks is shaking people in Europe and around the world. Near Paris a teacher's head is cut off, in Nice three people are stabbed to death, in Vienna four people are shot and 23 are injured. The perpetrators were driven by religiously moFvated hatred.

10.11.2020 | International

Millions of women survive sexual violence every year. In many places, the political and legal infrastructure to identify and hold perpetrators accountable does not exist - but a simple DNA kit can change this.

13.11.2020 | Lindau

The connection between humans and the environment plays a major role in interreligious dialogue, and becomes especially evident considering that the canons of all world religions agree that nature must be protected.

13.11.2020 | Lindau / International

High participation in virtual Religions for Peace conference: more than 1,500 daily livestream participants / tens of thousands reached via social channels – Focus on women and diplomacy – Covid-19 requires more dialogue with religious leaders

12.11.2020 | Lindau

To develop strategies for prevention and help, it needs diplomatic experience, empathy and sensitivity in both politics and religion.

11.11.2020 | International

A series of terrorist attacks is shaking people in Europe and around the world. Near Paris a teacher's head is cut off, in Nice three people are stabbed to death, in Vienna four people are shot and 23 are injured. The perpetrators were driven by religiously moFvated hatred.