Faiths Without Borders

Constructive dialogue and cooperation between people from different cultures and faiths
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"Our purpose: to promote constructive dialogue and cooperation between people from different cultures and faiths and convictions; internationally, to build a culture of peace and to work on the field of sustainable development for social justice; equality and peace and well-being for all; and to promote the Global Ethic and Golden Rules."
Action Areas
Traditions
Christianity, Islam, Baha'i
Sub-Traditions
Lutheran, Catholic, Orthodox
Number of Members
10
Region
Location
Turku, Finland
Joined URI Network

Faiths Without Borders started an interfaith project regarding the Five Elements in order to promote sustainable lifestyles. The first couple of years of the project they dealt with the element of water. This part of the project is called “Holy Drop!” Faiths Without Borders is part of the Interfaith Dialogue Network in Finland that each year gives the Golden Rule Award. They published a book called “Flikat maailman Turuilta” in cooperation with the Daisy Ladies. The book presents twenty interviews with women from different cultures who answer questions about things learned within families, from older generations, and about how things they have learned helped them through life. The book is part of a project called Learning All The Time. It is also part of a working group of environmental NGOs tasked with creating a National Zero Draft for Rio +20.

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