Urgent action to vaccinate populations equitably across the world against COVID-19, a global and G20 absolute priority, can be supported by religious communities, through advocacy and direct action. This can enhance a more universalist approach to vaccine productions and distribution.
Online Premiere of the G20 Interfaith 2021 Forum As leaders from the world’s greatest economies gather in Rome today for the commencement of the G20 Summit, we are reminded of the urgency of the issues that will be [...]
The G20 Interfaith Forum is an annual platform that brings together religious leaders, policymakers, and diverse faith actors to collaborate on global agendas, within the broad framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This year’s agenda [...]
by Sonam Paldon, Tibetan woman/Yoga teacher The world post-covid will be dramatically different from the world we lived in, enjoyed and shared with our family and colleagues before the virus. A great proportion of the population, especially in the [...]
During the session, panellists were provoked by the following questions: "have you ever been invited to join a discussion about men and leadership?"; "how may we contribute as women, not leaders?"; "how must love be valued in leadership?"; and "what do women have that men don’t?".
At #AhimsaEvent21, a range of inspiring speakers and participants brought a wide range of ideas and perspectives to bear on the core question of how to collaborate to provide concrete solutions to the world's most pressing health problems.
#AhimsaEvent21 – DAY 1 – Strengthening collaborations between Healthcare industry and faith communities
This session was an opportunity to discuss the potential for greater partnership between healthcare actors and faith communities, and to identify and address some of the obstacles to realising the potential of this approach.
The enterprise approach to poverty entails designing business-oriented solutions to social issues instead of following traditional approaches based on charity and aid
The crisis has forced many of the world’s longer-term problems and opportunities into the background, but when the dust settles the need to solve those problems will be as urgent as it ever was. Please join the next Ahimsa event, to reflect together on this new #AhimsaRenaissance
Religions for Peace communication We are pleased to share, on behalf of Prof. Karam and the entire Religions for Peace International Secretariat, the final report on the 5 May event on Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for Multi-Religious Action for Peace, [...]