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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.


“Failed Leadership” – Azza Karam Analyzes the Conflict in the Middle East at the 3rd Ecumenical Church Day in Germany

The motto of the third Ecumenical Church Day was: “Look, take action. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was also among the many guests at the talks. In a video talk, Azza Karam emphasized the importance of cooperation between religions.


Religions for Peace Receives International “Four Freedoms Award”

The prestigious peace prize is awarded internationally every two years. In 2016, German Chancellor Angela Merkel received the Freedom Medal. Now Religions for Peace has been honored in the “Religious Freedom” category.


Religions for Peace discusses equitable distribution of vaccines with WHO Secretary-General

Representatives of the Religions for Peace network exchanged views with Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, secretary-general of WHO, about vaccine equity and the need to engage more with anti-vaccination activists.


Religions for Peace to launch new Website

Our Partners of Religions for Peace in New York just launched a wonderful new website. If you have some time to spare, you might want to visit it and check it out.


Prof. Azza Karam speaks at G20 interfaith forum in Riad

The five-day event G20i will take place from Tuesday, October 13, to Saturday, October 17. And Professor Azza Karam, Secretary General of Religions for Peace, will take part as a speaker in the Plenary on the empowerment of women, youth and vulnerable people (Thursday, October 15, 4 to 5.30 pm (UTC+3)).