Posts filed under: Interfaith Action

The final plenary of the 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions draws on lessons learned throughout the seven days. What changes do we seek? How can religious and spiritual communities across the world find new and effective ways of achieving those changes? What short and long-term commitments must be made?...
People of faith and spirituality stand opposed to hate and its offspring, violence and war. It is natural then that the 2018 Parliament has chosen to continue to highlight those scourges of humanity: hate, violence and war and to work to end them....
The causes, including human, of climate change are scientifically proven. We must reduce greenhouse emissions immediately and prepare for the consequences of damage already done. In 2018, the Task Force will encourage individuals and communities to eliminate emissions, advocate aggressive governmental implementation of the Paris Agreement, and promote transition to...
Nov. 3, 2018.  This track features 6 themes: Supporting Women’s religious and spiritual leadership, Empowering Women’s creative ritual, artistic religious and spiritual expression, Honoring a Divine/Sacred Feminine within and beyond religions and spiritual movements, Advancing Women’s Equality in Human Dignity and Rights, Ending Violence Against Women, and Encouraging Women’s Coalitions...
Nov. 2, 2018. A platform for Indigenous leaders, faith keepers, traditional knowledge holders and others to share Indigenous Traditional Spiritual Knowledge to inspire and guide humanity grappling with climate change, violence, war, genocide, economic disparities, food shortages, the disappearance of reservoirs and extinction of species. The program will include Indigenous...
Nov. 1, 2018: The oldest, most diverse global interfaith event opens in Toronto with12,000 delegates from more than 200 traditions gathering to explore together 6 major topics under the theme The Promise of Inclusion and the Power of love: Pursuing Global understanding, Reconciliation and Change. ...