In the nearly two decades since the September 11 terror attacks in the United States, international and interfaith peacebuilding work has grown increasingly important as humanitarian groups try to create cohesion in a fractured world.
It’s difficult to fathom the impact that this kind of grandiose propaganda had upon the generations of Russians who took these subways every day. Today, Moscow’s primarily younger generation stream past me glued to their phones.
20 Million Women Strong, a grassroots movement to uplift and amplify women’s voices around the world, is officially launching on Saturday, September 21, 2019, at 1pm ET, with a rally and walk across the Edmund Pettus bridge in historic Selma, Alabama, USA.
The Rev. Victor Kazanjian, Executive Director of URI, and Ms. Audrey Kitagawa, Chair of the Board of the Parliament of the World's Religions and longtime member of URI, were elected as Honorary Presidents of Religions for Peace International.
Victor Kazanjian and Audrey Kitagawa were elected as Honorary Presidents of Religions for Peace International, and URI celebrates the appointment of Professor Azza Karam as Secretary General of Religions for Peace.