We use many types of media to provide a global opportunity for participation by all people, especially by those whose voices are not often heard.
Center for Religious Tolerance CC hosts the "Let's Talk About the Middle East" podcast.

URI Cooperation Circles spread their message of peace through a variety of media types to reach people all over the world by television, film, radio, print; web; and more.

Examples of our work in this Action Area:

  • The URI Cambodia Regional Coordinator runs a radio show where curious callers can ask questions about other religions.
  • Think Peace Media and Communications, a URI Multiregion CC based in Texas, USA, uses interviews, photo contests, and other forums to "give voice to the voiceless and attention to the healing of the world."
  • Youth of Peace, Yemen, helps youth find their voice amidst a country torn by war, by training them in producing their own documentary films promoting tolerance, respect, and religious freedom.
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Oprah Presents "BELIEF" Series; URI Members to be featured

For three years Oprah has been working to create a television series that illuminates what bind us together as human beings — BELIEF.  Episode 2, tells the story of Christian Pastor James Wuye and Muslim Imam Muhammad Ashafa, members of the United Religions Initiative Interfaith Mediation Centre Cooperation Circle. These men used to be brutal enemies but now work together to promote peace.

Interfaith Harmony Week: Multi-religious Partnership for Sustainable Development


Special Event Organized on the Occasion of World Interfaith Harmony Week by the President of the United Nations General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Sam Kahamba Kutesa, and The Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations Friday, February 6, 2015, 10.00 am – 1.00 pm; Trusteeship Council, United Nations.