Ring for Peace Logo
Fostering the peaceful coexistence between people and religions.

Scroll down to read more...

Our Projects
left
right
#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 by Ring for Peace 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 will be highlighted at the meeting on November 10-13.

News
#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

Women, Faith & Diplomacy

#RfPNews

October 29th: Press conference about 1. Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy

Ring for Peace is happy to announce the press conference about 1st Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy: Keeping Faith, transforming Tomorrow that will take place on Thursday, 29th of October, at 11 am (CET) in Lindau, Germany. Journalists need to register, the public can follow freely.

#RfPNews

Cooperation with UN Refugee Agency

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Religions for Peace announced a commitment to form a Multi-Religious Council of Leaders to strengthen efforts to address the root causes of conflict and displacement and to support peacebuilding, inclusion and reconciliation efforts.

#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

Program and topics

The program focuses on key issues related to peace and security, human rights and also development. The program will include interactive interviews and panels with prominent representatives from multiple faiths, politics and the media. Further details will follow soon.

#RfPWorldAssembly2019

Stories

50 years ago, representatives of various denominations founded Religions for Peace. Their goal: to create peace across all confessional borders. A look back shows how much the challenges have changed since then.

#RfPNews

October 29th: Press conference about 1. Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy

Ring for Peace is happy to announce the press conference about 1st Assembly on Women, Faith & Diplomacy: Keeping Faith, transforming Tomorrow that will take place on Thursday, 29th of October, at 11 am (CET) in Lindau, Germany. Journalists need to register, the public can follow freely.

09.10.2020 | Lindau

Das digitale Magazin von Ring for Peace mit erster Ausgabe online

#RfPNews

Cooperation with UN Refugee Agency

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Religions for Peace announced a commitment to form a Multi-Religious Council of Leaders to strengthen efforts to address the root causes of conflict and displacement and to support peacebuilding, inclusion and reconciliation efforts.

#RfPWomenFaithDiplomacy

Program and topics

The program focuses on key issues related to peace and security, human rights and also development. The program will include interactive interviews and panels with prominent representatives from multiple faiths, politics and the media. Further details will follow soon.

09.04.2020 | New York/Lindau

Statement by the European Council of Religious Leaders on Coronavirus Pandemic

11.12.2019 | New York City, USA

Religions for Peace, the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious peacebuilding coalition, is convening hundreds of religious leaders, practitioners, scholars, government agencies and foundations in New York City on 11 December to co-develop global peacebuilding priorities for the next five years.

09.10.2020 | Lindau

Das digitale Magazin von Ring for Peace mit erster Ausgabe online

09.04.2020 | New York/Lindau

Statement by the European Council of Religious Leaders on Coronavirus Pandemic

11.12.2019 | New York City, USA

Religions for Peace, the world’s largest and most representative multi-religious peacebuilding coalition, is convening hundreds of religious leaders, practitioners, scholars, government agencies and foundations in New York City on 11 December to co-develop global peacebuilding priorities for the next five years.

11.12.2019 | New York City, USA

As a growing public health crisis becomes increasingly urgent, prominent global actors and institutions, including the United Nations, are confronted by the realisation that all hands on deck are required to address the cross-cutting challenges faced by our world today. Another public health epidemic is but one of the major global challenges demanding coordinated and effective responses from diverse institutions, and civil society networks.