The African Centre for Peace Building in Ghana celebrated International Day of Peace this year with a Youth Peace Forum from September 18-20th.
In light of the violent conflict that is devastating so many regions of our world, we call to your attention one of our guiding principles.
Jorge Michael is a 21 year-old university student of Economics in Caracas, Venezuela who never dreamed he’d find himself in South Korea.
“Mother Earth is shaking us up now. People with roots can make the difference and hold us together."
The 24 indigenous and culturally diverse members of the South Eastern Indigenous Interfaith Council Cooperation Circle (CC) Georgia, USA, are one of URI’s newest groups, forming this past April.
Euro-Asia, with members located in Novosibirsk, Russia, is made up of 15 people—many of which are from the indigenous Altai tradition and from Siberia.
Prometra, a URI Cooperation Circle as of this past April, was formed in 2000 to respond to the poor health conditions and inadequate modern health services in Kampala, Uganda.
“We realized we were not alone and must do this work together - being a global indigenous family is needed now. A great wave of change for peace has begun to roll over the face of Mother Earth."
United Religions Initiative (URI) Africa Regional Coordinator Mussie Hailu announced that Ethiopian Olympian and record breaking long distance runner Haile Gebrselassie has accepted an invitation to become a Goodwill Ambassador for URI.