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Interfaith Peacebuilding


The Global Peace Foundation believes that, in addition to the unique and primary religious mission of their faith traditions, religious leaders and men and women of faith have a shared responsibility to bridge divisions, resolve conflicts and build ethical societies based on common ideals,  aspirations, principles and values.

Through its initiatives and programs, the Global Peace Foundation seeks to harness the moral authority of faith leaders to inspire, guide, motivate, and to be actively engaged in vital peace-making and peace-sustaining processes for the benefit of the entire human family.

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The Global Peace Foundation conferred awards to leaders in wide-ranging areas of impact who have significantly promoted peace, advanced models good governance, fostered an ethic of public service, and demonstrated a willingness to transcend boundaries of religion, ethnicity, and nationality in ad
Published on 01/03/2017
Representatives from 40 nations highlight the role of effective leadership in countering extremism, advancing peace and supporting equitable developmentLeaders from 40 nations representing governments, faith traditions, business and civil society assembled in Ma
Published on 28/02/2017
Global Peace Foundation (GPF) India initiated the interactive program called “Facets of Faith” in an effort to help GPF interns build mutual respect among youth of different faiths and to provide the opportunity for interfaith collaboration in peacebuilding efforts in their communities.
Published on 21/10/2020
In Nigeria, several states are in disarray f
Published on 23/09/2020
Virtual Global Peace Leadership Conference East Africa Convenes Peacebuilders to Share Developing Best Practices
Published on 07/08/2020