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detail Religions for Peace Transform violent conflict, promote just and harmonious societies, advance human development, protect the Earth.
detail Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

To make Georgetown a global leader in the interdisciplinary study of religion and the advancement of interreligious understanding. (refer also to WFDD: World Faiths Development Dialogue)

detail Charter for Compassion Signing the Charter is meant not only as the individuals lifelong commitment to live with compassion but as a collective summons to creative, practical and sustained action to meet the political, moral, religious, social and cultural problems of our time.
detail The Fetzer Institute Greater civility in our public lives, who seek a return to sharing human connections through community, who exhibit an openness to love, forgiveness, and compassion, and who hunger for deeper and more meaningful relationships. To help improve the human condition by increasing conscious awareness of the relationship between this inner and outer life. This desire is central to the world's religious and wisdom traditions.
detail Interfaith Worker Justice

To engage, organize and mobilize the religious community on worker rights issues. 

detail The Coexist Foundation To drive and support educational programmes and initiatives to capture the public imagination, promoting dialogue and reconciliation between groups in conflict, and research programmes which further relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims, and between these faiths and others.
detail InterFaith Centre for Sustainable Development To provide thought-leadership on environment and ecology to faith-based communities and beyond through our writing, speaking, teaching and advocacy
detail Fellowship of Reconciliation To seek the company of people of faith who will respond to conflict nonviolently, seeking reconciliation through compassionate action...to extend the boundaries of community and affirm its diversity of religious traditions as it seeks the resolution of conflict by the united efforts of people of many faiths.
detail Interfaith Youth Core Religious pluralism. American college students, supported by their campuses, can be the interfaith leaders needed to make religion a bridge and not a barrier.
detail North American Interfaith Network To affirm humanity's diverse and historic spiritual resources and bring them to bear on contemporary global, national, regional and local issues. To facilitate the work of interfaith organizations and provide networking possibilities.
detail Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding To confront religious ignorance and violence head-on with results-oriented programs that reduce hatred and produce real change in the way people think and act.
detail Temple of Understanding To educate youth and adults both cross culturally and inter-religiously for global 
citizenship and peaceful coexistence. To advocate acceptance and respect for religious pluralism by the worlds governing bodies.
detail John Templeton Foundation

To encourage all of humanity to be more open-minded about the possible character of ultimate reality and the divine, by honouring a living person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life spiritual dimension.

detail World Faiths Development Dialogue

Acting as bridge between the worlds of faith and secular development. ( refer also to BCRPWA, parent Institution)

detail Inter-religious Council of Uganda Advocate and promote health, non-violence, peaceful coexistence and respect for human rights. Promote holistic education, peaceful coexistence, moral and spiritual integrity, social-economic welfare and collaborative action through sharing knowledge and resources for the common good.
detail American Islamic Congress To change the discourse both within the American Muslim community and in American society in general.
detail Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land to maintain a permanent relationship and open channels of communication between the institutional religious leadership of the Holy Land. To sustain a close working relationship with the Government of Israel and the Palestinian National Authority. To promote respect for the holy sites of all faith communities, and to counteract any expression of disrespect, desecration or abuse of holy sites, particularly when they are exploited for violent and hostile purposes.
detail Adyan Foundation Foster Cross-Cultural Arab-West dialogue and mutual understanding. Raise awareness at grassroots level on religious pluralism, geopolitics of religions and interfaith relations. Introduce in the national educational policies and programs for schools, the education on inclusive citizenship for religious diversity and coexistence. Empower teachers, trainers and policy makers in religious pluralism, multifaith education and inclusive citizenship. Develop programs that foster and disseminate modern Islamic discourse and culture.
detail Three Faiths Forum To build understanding between people of all faiths and beliefs. Our programmes break down barriers and find ways for people to work together to improve their communities and society. By building new intercommunal relationships we make positive social change possible.
detail Coexister through social cohesion and togetherness; to defend the principle of coexistence and act to counter religious discrimination.
detail Dialogue Institute / Journal of Ecumenical Studies To create an atmosphere of trust and to foster knowledge and mutual understanding in a global context. To identify, train, and support leaders who can counter intolerance and violence by advancing the values of religious freedom, gender equity, dialogue, and mutual understanding. Developing critical awareness and theory in the Journal of Ecumenical Studies.
detail Interfaith Centre of Melbourne For Australia to grow as a successful multicultural and multi-faith nation
detail Humanitys Team Global grassroots spiritual movement
detail The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility Seeking a global community built on justice and sustainability through transformation of the corporate world.
detail International Center for Religion and Diplomacy Bridging the political and religious spheres in support of peacemaking. Deploying inter-religious action teams to areas where conflict threatens or has already erupted. Training clergy and laity in the skills of peacemaking. Supporting interpretations of religious teachings that reduce misunderstanding and conflict.
detail InterSpiritual Dialogue in Action To bring together and network individuals of consciousness and help them develop authentic friendships, which he believed would enhance the unfolding.
detail Network of Spiritual Progressives Inspiring leaders, influencing legislation and incarnating community.
detail Spiritual Directors International To be an inclusive, global learning community that serves and supports the ministry and service of spiritual direction
detail Greenfaith Interfaith Partners for the Environment To inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership.
detail Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies To promote common human and ethical values that contribute to strengthening cooperation and interfaith relations, eliminating mutual misconceptions about the 'other' and ultimately expanding these shared commonalities in the hope of promoting peaceful coexistence.
detail The World Council of Religious Leaders No action after 2002. Formerly as an independent body without UN status, to bring religious resources to support the work of the United Nations in our common quest for peace.

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