Circles have always been an essential part of URI. In a circle, there is no head of the table; all voices are heard and valued. This is why URI’s grassroots, interfaith groups call themselves “Cooperation Circles.”
Join Audri Scott Williams on PEACE Talks on Life Conversations Radio every Friday from 12noon to 1pm (EST). You can listen in or join the conversation by calling in on 347-426-3346 or by the internet at www.lifeconversationsradio.com.
On the occasion of the 112th Birth Day of Kazi Nazrul Islam, the National Poet of Bangladesh, the Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue of the Department of World Religions and Culture of Dhaka University held a seminar on “Kazi Nazrul Islam and Interfaith Harmony” on May 25, 2011.
Daily news tells us about the darkness of human behavior infesting Pakistan at this time. Like a member of our family who is hurting, let us send special love, blessings and caring thoughts to the beautiful land and its people.
In a land where, because of what you believe about God you might be blown to bits by a bomb or beaten to death by a mob, "peace, tolerance, harmony" are muscular, risky and dangerous words. This is the kind of life that URI's Father James Channan lives, and this is at the core of URI's agenda in Pakistan.