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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.

Latest News

Youth get to know each other over Peace Talks
In a warmly lit room in Semarang, Indonesia, forty young people chat together with equally warm smiles. On first glance, an observer would not have suspected that the newly made friends actually came together from a variety of faith, cultural, and even language backgrounds.
Published on 01/10/2018
In recognizing the effectiveness and relevance of the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) interfaith approach taken in Nigeria, GPF Uganda began conducting a pilot One Family Under God Campaign in partnership with the Interreligious Council of Uganda.
Published on 19/09/2018
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
Published on 21/08/2018