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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Interspiritual Sustainability Society

"We foster understanding and collaboration between diverse groups and nurture respectful relationships. We seek to model compassionate conduct in the midst of conflict. As a consortium of spiritual, religious and interspiritual groups, we develop and facilitate initiatives, events, and educational programs. We promote the endeavours of member groups and allied organizations, and partner with like-minded community groups and institutions to further shared aims. We strive to honour the sacredness of the Earth and promote care for the natural world."

Jerusalem Peacebuilders

Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB)’s purpose is to foster a new Abrahamic family of Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders who are committed to each other and to building peaceful and just societies in Israel, Palestine and the United States. This will empower members of this intentional family with skills, relationships, and support to be effective leaders, active societal change-agents and peace-builders.

Kaduna CC

"Our purpose is to understand each religion's practices and to promote cultures of peace."

Karni CC

"Our purpose is to promote communal harmony and peace among the youth."

Karol Bagh CC

"Our purpose is to end religiously motivated violence and to put aside our differences so that we may serve society as one, united organization."

Kasinje CC

"Our purpose is to improve the safety of our environment and sanitation and to ensure there is full interfaith dialogue to overcome conflicts."