The Korea Peace Forum is an annual meeting of parliamentarians, religious leaders, scholars, diplomats, leaders of non-governmental organizations, and journalists from Korea, Japan, Russia, China, and the United States. The forum makes policy recommendations intended to reduce tensions on the Korean peninsula. The most recent meeting of the Korea Peace Forum, in November, , was co-sponsored by the Peace Council, represented by its executive director, Dr. Daniel Gomez-Ibanez.
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Having trouble viewing this message? Click Here. Bangkok and Pattani, Thailand September 19, More than religious leaders, representatives of interreligious councils and peace scholars from the Association of South Asian Nations ASEAN member states convened in Bangkok and Pattani, Thailand on September , to address the role of religion and interreligious cooperation in resolving conflicts and building peace in the ASEAN region. The participants made a united mission to the conflict zone in southern Thailand to advance multi-religious cooperation to build peace. The Religions for Peace Interreligious Council of Thailand has been working to build closer relationships among various religious groups in the South of Thailand to help resolve the conflict.
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For Mgr Gallagher, "a certain prejudice [. The event follows an initiative by Asian ambassadors to the Holy See to promote mutual understanding and tolerance among religions. God is not the cause of divisions, but the foundation of our unity. Through what all religions have in common — prayer, fasting, charity and pilgrimage — we can show that people of faith are factors of peace in society and respond to those who unjustly claim that religions foster hatred and violence.
A high-impact centre dedicated to fostering peace and reconciliation across the world. The Winchester Centre of Religion, Reconciliation and Peace is dedicated to helping to create a free, just and peaceful world. It aims to do this by sharing excellence in knowledge, understanding, skills, relationships, and best practice in reconciliation and peace, with people of all religions and none.