Interfaith Peace Building on Natural Resources Management

Addressing environmental issues with religious teaching and practice
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"Our purpose is for interfaith communities to cooperate and respect their diversities for sustainable peace."
Traditions
Islam, Buddhism, Christianity
Sub-Traditions
Buddhist
Number of Members
15
Sub-Region
SEAPAC-West Zone
Location
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Joined URI Network

Interfaith Peace Building on Natural Resources Management Cooperation Circle (CC) is part of Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT). ACT forms interfaith networks: it consists of Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian leaders and officers from the Department of Religions and Cults. ACT provides peace building training, conflict resolution and interfaith training on natural resources management. To form their CC, ACT has selected one active religious representative from each of their networks. Some of the activities they run together include: interfaith exposure visits to conflicted communities for learning and sharing; interfaith tree-planting; and celebrating World Interfaith Harmony Week.

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