URI Welcomes 5 New Cooperation Circles in September 2018

4 October 2018, 9:49 PM
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Think Round, Inc took children on a field trip to Hunters Point Shipyard, a polluted area in an underprivileged San Francisco community, where they learned about environmental cleanup of air, water and soil.

Please give a warm welcome to the latest groups to join the global URI network. Learn more about these groups, called Cooperation Circles, here.


Progressive Sheba Kendra - PSK (Jamalpur, Bangladesh)

Progressive Sheba Kendra envisions a sustainable, empowered, and pluralistic Bangladesh where human rights are protected, poor lives in dignity, peace, and hope, where everyone has access to health care, education, and all necessary public services.

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Renaissance International School (Gazipur, Bangladesh)

Our group was founded in 2013 in Dhaka by university teachers and other social workers. We provide secular education and promote peace in our society. We are working for humanity and serving underprivileged people.

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Research and Empowerment Organization - REO (Dakha, Bangladesh)

Our group works for humanity and empowerment of women of our country. We think the members from other countries of URI are also doing the same work, so we can stand in solidarity and learn from each other, which also can be linked to URI’s global network, and it will increase the visibility and will bring its impact to our local area.

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Fraternidad Interespiritual (México City, Mexico)

URI as a large network with a presence in the world gives us the main benefit of dissemination and knowledge in many places as workers for the culture of peace and interreligious dialogue. By sharing our experiences from each country, we are strengthened as a group by the realities experienced.

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Think Round, Inc. (California, USA)

The mission of Think Round, Inc. is to demonstrate life's fullest potential through the arts and sciences, especially where environmental concerns meet neighborhoods and families.

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Cooperation Circles Involved