Cooperation Circles

A URI Cooperation Circle is a self-organizing group of at least seven members from at least three religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions—including atheists and agnostics. Cooperation Circles work on two levels: by giving people of different backgrounds a chance to work together, and by tackling important community issues their members care about.

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Confederated Descendants of Rajah Mamalu Inc. CC

"Our purpose is to empower indigenous peoples (IPs) in advancing their rights and welfare; To participate in building and raising the awareness and understanding of IPs roles; To develop IPs-related research and policies, and to promote the indigenous political structure or customary governance system."

Global Mission Awareness CC

"Our purpose: to create interfaith harmony among religions for human development; to promote a culture of peace, human rights and justice; to celebrate the International Day of Peace, Interfaith Harmony Week Environment/Earth Day, International Women's Day, Mother's Day and Father's Day; to provide formal education to underprivileged communities; to provide technical skills, vocational training for women and girls, and computer skills for the youth and oppressed communities; to open a Music Academy and College for Youth; to design projects for poverty alleviation; and to start a TV program for promoting religious harmony and broadcasting peace and religious events and festivals."

NOWTIME Radio

"Our purpose is to build bridges that unite cultures, races and religious/spiritual differences through the power of sharing stories and passions for peace, justice and a sustainable future for generations to come using the medium of radio broadcasting."

Saudis for Peace

We use different types of social media platforms, and we make activities on the ground, to teach about how different religions view peace and to promote interfaith cooperation in Saudi Arabia.