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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Abhigyane Foundation

"Our motto is Freedom through Education. We provide stationary, books, and library facilities to children in need. We also offer free-minded learning through educational trips, and try to make education more enjoyable. We run workshops in slum areas, orphanages, and for physically disabled groups to nurture the talent of students from lesser economically developed sections. Education is the most powerful weapon which we can use to change the world with peace and harmony."

CRECCAP

"Our purpose is to expand the promotion of an enduring daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence and create cultures of peace, justice and healing for the Earth and all living beings."

Deeplaid Religion Society (DRS) of Bangladesh

"Our mission is highly committed to ensure poor people's health of all religions. We are also committed to providing humanitarian service by producing quality medicine that we serve to the nation. Our main purpose in Bangladesh is to gather all kinds of religious people, forgetting all religious discrimination under fraternity."