Purpose

The purpose of the United Religions Initiative is to promote enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence and to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings.

         

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Indigenous Healer Joins URIs Williams for Peace Talks

Audri Scott Williams, coordinator of the Trail of Dreams World Peace Walk Cooperation Circle and host of “Peace Talks,” will welcome guest Diana Longboat for a conversation at noon EST on Friday, May 3 at NOWTIME Radio. Diana, Speaker of the Governing Council of Soul of the Mother, is a Mohawk ...

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons Issues Call to Action

A chain reaction of neutrons within the natural order can create nuclear warheads. A chain reaction of fear can unleash enough nuclear weapons to destroy the natural order. A chain reaction of moral souls intent on abolishing nuclear warheads is the world's only hope for the continuation of the natural ...

Dresden Workshop Will Discuss Interreligious Competence

Elisabeth Lheure, a Trustee of URI’s Global Council will lead the workshop, which will provide attendees with information on what to consider – and what to pay attention to – when meeting and working with people from different religious backgrounds.  Elisabeth, a member of the ...

URI Europe Hosts Workshop on Interreligious Competence

Elisabeth Lheure, a Trustee of URI’s Global Council, will lead the workshop, which will provide attendees with information on what to consider – and what to pay attention to – when meeting and working with people from different religious backgrounds.  Elisabeth, a member of the ...

Remembering Harvey Masonek

Quite a few years ago I had lunch with someone who was a stranger to me. This stranger had worked in many countries throughout the world and sported a reputation for having a keen mind, high integrity and a caring heart. The stranger was Harvey Masonek. At that lunch, I presented Harvey with an audacious ...






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