Cooperation Circles

A URI Cooperation Circle is a self-organizing group of at least seven members from at least three religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions—including atheists and agnostics. Cooperation Circles work on two levels: by giving people of different backgrounds a chance to work together, and by tackling important community issues their members care about.

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Global Peace without Borders

Our purpose is to achieve freedom, peace, security and respect for human rights in the framework of the new development that will build on the WHO Millennium Development Goals, and to work to help communities reach the peace that prevails.

Global Youth Ambassadors

"Our purpose: to provide further connection for and cooperation among Youth Ambassador program alumni; to develop resources and materials helpful for the URI YLP; and to maintain a close relationship of cooperation and sharing with the Global Youth Cooperation Circle (CC) and among the URI network."

Great Lakes Peace Foundation

"Our purpose: to serve the needs of the most vulnerable - particularly women and children, victims of rape and civil conflict, and the poor - with a specific focus on neglected groups and cases; to empower communities by building capacity and by maximizing local resources in program design and implementation; and to promote self-reliance, peaceful coexistence, and reintegration of marginalized communities with the main focus to bring peace among people in the Great lakes regions reaching to all existing religions."

GUNE CC

"Our purpose is to promote the encounter, the dialogue and mutual understanding of people of different spiritual and religious sensitivities."

Guwahati CC

"Our purpose is to promote enduring interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence, and to create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the earth and all living beings."