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Outgoing Religions for Peace leader reflects on decades of interfaith cooperation

Outgoing Religions for Peace leader reflects on decades of interfaith cooperation By Eric J. Lyman From Religion News Service August 23, 2019 Photo by Christian Flemming/Religions for Peace LINDAU, Germany (RNS) — William Vendley, the outgoing head of Religions for ...
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Selfless Sikh volunteers set up a free food home delivery service for people self-isolating during coronavirus crisis

Selfless Sikh volunteers set up a free food home delivery service for people self-isolating during coronavirus crisis From SikhNet March 17, 2020 Media credit: Sikh Volunteers Australia A group of Sikh volunteers who fed thousands of struggling people during Australia's ...
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Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion By Houssam Eddine Beggas From Seton Hall University February 25, 2020 Media credit: Seton Hall University This winter, Seton Hall's Center for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted a delegation of officers from Zurich's ...
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Peace garden surrounds Holocaust museum with a contemplative, relaxed space

Peace garden surrounds Holocaust museum with a contemplative, relaxed space By Michelle Cohen From JUF News February 26, 2020 Media credit: JUF News When visitors walk from the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center parking lot to the museum building, they traverse ...
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The Interfaith Approach to Longstanding Violence in Nigeria

The Interfaith Approach to Longstanding Violence in Nigeria By Festus Iyorah From Sojourners February 26, 2020 Media Credit: Festus Iyorah Behind closed doors of the Sheraton hotels in Abuja, dozens of religious men sporting long, colorful turbans rub shoulders with ...
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