Mexican Interfaith Council (CIM) CC

Contributing to tolerant beliefs in Mexican society
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"Our purpose: to promote tolerance among religious groups and within Mexican society; to develop an understanding of the different traditions in the country; and act with other projects that reflect the universal values for all humanity."
Traditions
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism
Sub-Traditions
Anglican, Buddhist, Orthodox, Presbyterian, Sikh, Sufi
Number of Members
13
Location
Mexico
Joined URI Network

The past activities of Mexican Interfaith Council (CIM) include: holding a silent meditation in front of the US Embassy prior to the Iraq War; meeting the president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, to offer counsel on interfaith matters; accepting an invitation by the Interior Department to offer member comments and suggestions on reforms to the Mexican Law governing religious institutions; and celebrating International Day of Peace in the park close to the Peace Bell.

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