Harmony Among Religions at the United Nations?

Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University , USAWorld Interfaith Harmony Week, like the International Day of Peace, offers us chances to engage people and institutions in the spirit of the United Nations, said Katherine Marshall to the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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Peaceful Mediation of Conflict through Interfaith Dialogue

alt=Differences, be they religious, ethnic, cultural, or even civilizational, will continue to be a fact of life. But these differences should by no means become a reason why we cannot live in harmony and peace, told Prof. M. Din Syamsuddin during World Interfaith Harmony Week at the United Nations General Assembly.

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Spirituality, Education, and Peace

Ambassador U. Joy Ogwu, Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations
It is common knowledge that the world’s great religions have stridently sought to teach us the ways of peace. From the Torah of Judaism to the Qur’an of Islam, the essential message is peace, said Ambassador Joy Ogwu to the United Nations General Assembly.

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Fusion of the Sacred and Secular

Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh, Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak JathaThe role and leadership that the global interfaith movement has provided to address the Millennium Development Goals and find peaceful solutions to combat conflict, enabling us to live in a safer world, provides us with a great deal of optimism, told the UK’s Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh during World Interfaith Harmony Week of 2012.

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