Religions for Peace International Affiliates
Working on an international, regional, and national basis, Religions for Peace creates multi-religious partnerships that mobilize the moral and social resources of religious people to address their shared problems. Religions for Peace is active in more than 80 countries, working with national affiliates and regional organizations to find and implement local solutions to local challenges. In the worlds' great capitals and in remote rural villages, Religions for Peace affiliates empower religious communities to improve lives and promote peace.
Religions for Peace works with the Tanzanian Women of Faith Network to empower youth educators on HIV and AIDS, supported by the New Partners Initiative.
The Global Youth Network of Religions for Peace convened the Asian Religious Youth Leaders Summit in conflict-ridden Mindanao, where more than 100 youth called for peace.
Religious leaders demonstrate broad public support for the Global Day of Action to Ban Cluster Bombs.
Religions for Peace participated in a regional meeting to help end the use and trade of small arms in Bogota, Columbia.
The Religions for Peace Middle East/North Africa Council called for a re-starting of the peace process in the Holy Land.
Religions for Peace convened senior religious leaders and government representatives for a high-level consultation on climate change at the United Nations General Assembly.