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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A Better Community for All Pakistan (ABC4ALL)

"Our purpose is to seek hope, peace and harmony in the world; to promote interfaith dialogue and reconciliation; to maximize charitable contributions locally and globally; to create sustainable development for suffering communities; to save children from oppression and protect their rights to education and health care; to empower youth and women; to increase awareness of health concerns including HIV/AIDS; to end the violation of human rights; to eliminate poverty; to confront climate and environmental issues and thereby work towards a healthy, sustainable planet."

Action Against Poverty CC

"Our purpose is to organize and encourage people to participate in actions that lead to sustainable peace; to motivate people to utilize existing natural resources, as well as their time, talent and treasures (TTT) for peaceful co-existence; to speak out for tolerance and human respect, regardless of religion, color or creed."

All Faiths Harmony CC

"Our purpose is to promote harmony, peace, and interfaith dialogue by coming together for meetings, sports and religious and national holiday celebrations."

Association Ntwananu Mozambique CC

"Our purpose is threefold. We want to educate people in our community so that they may have opportunities that lead to a better life. Second, we empower women economically. Third, we encourage interreligious dialogue."

Balkan as a Soul Bridge CC

"Our purpose is: to develop relationships with and appreciation for different cultures and religions; to promote joint action and build a network for peace; and to launch URI in Mostar, Bosnia."