The Language of Interfaith

20 April 2015, 9:58 AM
The Language of Interfaith flyer

Wisdom Circle Ministries, a URI Cooperation Circle, is proud to launch “The Language of Interfaith” project with this first of 5 Pre-Parliament World Cafe Events. Through out these events we are exploring the major themes of the Parliament of the World’s Religions 2015 Conference as they align with the Charter for Compassion. The events will be happening once a month thru September as we approach the October conference in Salt Lake.  

This Parliament experience, “Reclaiming the Heart of our Humanity”, is being brought to life through this project to the world of the URI.  Join us and let your voice be heard!  

The Future of Conflict Resolution Through the Eyes of Youth “To ensure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures” 

   Wisdom Circle Ministries presents an On-Line World Cafe, Pre-Parliament Event In Partnership with 

 Charter for Compassion 

Parliament of World’s Religions 

United Religions Initiative 


Conflict resolution and reconciliation is a powerful way for two or more parties to find a peaceful solution to a disagreement. The voice of our youth has always provided a progressive and creative perspective. 

What possibilities exist in conflict?  What are the ways youth can effectively communicate? How do we find a common voice? 

With these simple questions, we invite you to be part of an important conversation about the role of youth in conflict resolution, reconciliation and creating a voice that can be acknowledged by all. 

The Wisdom Circle Project, “The Language of Interfaith,” explores our inter-related world from the perspective of our shared humanity no matter our age. We are fostering its growth by creating breakthrough questions, conversations, and relationships that turn dialogue into action. 

The Future of Conflict Resolution through the Eyes of Youth is a World Cafe initiative that consciously fosters inter-generational collaboration and partnership. We believe it will take all of us -- one generation alive together now -- to effectively address this shared concern in front of us.  We actively welcome participants of all ages to add their voice to this conversation. 

This conversation will help us create interspiritual solutions around the above questions. It will also give us tools for concrete action in our own lives and communities. We can share our collective wisdom, new insights and knowledge about how to make our exchanges more mindful.  

Register for this exciting online World Cafe at: 

Cooperation Circles Involved