Unity and Diversity World Council

Creating a 'People’s United Nations' starting from grassroots in every community
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“Our purpose is to establish and sustain a local-to-global cooperating body of individuals, groups, and networks for the pursuit of peace, justice, and an environmentally sustainable civilization for all races, cultures, and religions based on universal ethical and spiritual values.”
Action Areas
Traditions
Baha'i, Spirituality
Sub-Traditions
Brahma Kumaris, Scientology
Number of Members
100
Region
Location
Los Angeles, CA, United States of America
Joined URI Network

Unity-and-Diversity World Council Cooperation Circle is a nonprofit organization located in Los Angeles, CA. It was originally formed to develop the ideals and activities to be undertaken during 1965, voted into being by the General Assembly of the United Nations as International Cooperation Year. The CC’s primary focus is to foster the coming together of all ethnicities, cultures and religions into communities that respect unity and diversity both locally and around the world. Notable CC activities include a General Assembly, Interfaith Celebrations, Annual Peace Sunday, and Interfaith Services.

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DEVELOPING MODERN SPRITUAL PRACTICES

There are many kinds of spiritual practice.  Most of them are derived from one of the major religions.  Spiritual practices of this kind tend to be based on teachings from one of the earlier civilizations.  Some of these practices are very profound and deserving of our attention.  On the other hand, we live in the beginnings of a global age, one which has teachings coming from different civilizations of the past and, at the same time, needing to be relevant to this age.  Each new civilization will be a combination of older teachings and teachings born of the age now coming into being.  It is in the integration of past, present, and future that a civilization gains its completeness.