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Inter-religious Council of Uganda
Established in 2001, IRCU is affiliated to the World Council of Religions for Peace (WCRP) and the African Council of Religious Leaders (ACRL).
Solidarity, Peaceful co-existence, Upholding all the ethical values enshrined in the scriptures of the member communities of the Inter Religious Council of Uganda.
A divinely peaceful, united, prosperous Uganda where all people enjoy full health and freedoms for the common good.
To promote peace, reconciliation, good governance, and holistic human development through interfaith action and collaboration, advocating for the empowerment of member bodies for the common good.
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.
Representativity: Recognize and respect the role of religious institutions and their structures in carrying out IRCU work. Subsidiarity: Recognize that local and national decisions and actions can be taken at the respective levels. Consistency: Ensure that member religious communities are consistently represented from the highest to the lowest level. IRCU shall not be a forum for conversion, or proselytisation or religious debate.
The IRCU Consultative Assembly brings together all the Bishops of the Uganda Catholic Church, the District Khadis of Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, Bishops of the Province of the Church of Uganda (Anglican), all the Deans of the Uganda Orthodox Church, the Fields and Presidents of the Uganda Union of Seventh-day Adventist Church and Representatives of the Pentecostal Churches. It is through the country wide structures of these member organizations and other independent faith-based-organizations that IRCU programs are implemented.
HIV/AIDS program. Orphans and Vulnerable children program. Breaking Barriers Project. Clinical Services. Star East Project. Peace, Human Rights and Good Governance.
Christian, Muslim, Adventist
peace, transformation, justice
Plot 884, Centenary Road, Namirembe Hill, P.O.Box 7502 Kampala,Uganda