We have 15 years of success in providing education.
FoEME is bringing together Jordanian, Palestinian, and Israeli environmentalists to promote cooperative efforts to protect our shared environmental heritage. They seek to advance both sustainable regional development and the creation of necessary conditions for lasting peace in our region through their Environmental Peacemaking work. They have offices in Amman, Bethlehem, and Tel-Aviv and they are a member of Friends of the Earth International, the largest grassroots environmental network in the world. They are a project-oriented organization; hence, their work is organized according to projects. Friends of the Earth Middle East have been involved in community development projects in the Jordan Valley since the early 2000s. Some of their ongoing projects: 1-The "Good Water Neighbors" (GWN) project aims at raising awareness of the shared water problems of Palestinians, Jordanians, and Israelis. 2-Projects - Jordan River Rehabilitation, 3-The "Protecting Groundwater" project aims to promote sustainable management of water resources and alleviate pollution of groundwater in Mediterranean Basins.4- FoEME EcoParks, FoEME has developed 3 EcoParks; whether to preserve biodiversity, or as a powerful tool for environmental education, they are important community based projects.5- Jordan River Peace Park, which is considered as the concrete first step towards rehabilitating the Jordan River, endorsed by the mayors and communities on both sides of the River.
Our purpose is to promote the unity of humankind.
Edamulackal Cooperation Circle strives to foster harmony among different communities in a predominantly Hindu area. We promote Gandhian ideals and spread his teachings. Our members are writers, teachers, and doctors who combine their interests and talents to bring about harmony. We have published several books.
Our purpose is to promote peace through both formal and informal education.
We regularly celebrate the International Day of Peace with Muslim and Christian disabled persons.
To launch religiously motivated social action projects, created and maintained by religious people belonging to different traditions. To make conflict resolution initiatives once religious conflicts erupt and to help prevent them in the future by exploring and treating the underlying causes.
Eibela dot Com is an Online Daily & IT org that takes keen interest in the rights of ethnic minorities that are threatened at this moment in Bangladesh. Members of this Cooperation Circle think that religious extremism must be addressed by the people of all faiths and that the only way to restore peace is to work together. They nurture daily interfaith cooperation and relationships and support communal harmony through publishing. Basically Eibela is a bilingual newspaper. People from several religious communities go to their office and discuss many matters including religion and peace. Through media they create strong voices against the extremism of the dominating majority. They have also hosted peace marches and rallies around the country, and workshops and seminars on peace and communal harmony.
This group is mainly formed by educators who develop their work in Eliat, just around the corner of Aqaba, in Jordan, with a unique interfaith composition for Israel. Their population is formed by Muslims, Christians, Armenians and other sub-groups. CC members believe that education is very important in building bridges. They organize meetings at private venues to study basic religious texts and lectures, concentrating on the educational scope. They also promote social meetings, associating children and relatives, and arrange trips and visits to sites connected to the various religions. By learning and sharing, students, teachers and parents understand the importance of appreciating the different. They hope to build a strong interfaith community in Eliat.
This small group works at the local level to address family conflicts and social issues like health and education for children. The CC worked from the beginning with Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and families from other religions, so once they learned about URI they realized that much more could be done to strengthen their interfaith relationships and strengthen their work. By knowing each other more in depth, they feel they can render better service to children and families.
At the moment Ektaa Samaj Foundation is engaging women in every social action, and promoting interfaith and intercultural relationships by addressing common social problems like children’s education, health and environment. Members are taking steps together to resolve domestic conflicts. They engage each member of the family to expand their thinking and work with diverse interfaith people in addressing and resolving domestic problems. They are working to uplift family values. They have engaged more than 200 families to address and resolve social problems together, specially engaging women and children, who are most at risk of being victimized by any nature of violence. The CC is working together to create a safer circle and community, and encourages active participation to help children grow with happiness.
Ekta (meaning unity in Gujarati) CC, is located in Ahmedabad, India. This CC fosters awareness and understanding of interfaith work in Ahmedabad and throughout the region by engaging young Muslim and Hindu girls in education and capacity-building programs. Ekta’s work at the grassroots level has helped remove barriers, prejudices, and misconceptions between Muslims and Hindus by focusing on cultivating deeper interactions and bridge-building efforts between these two communities.
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