Ensuring the health and wellbeing of all is critical to a peaceful world. Our experience responding to public health crises allowed us to organise faith communities immediately when COVID-19 struck.
Our Multi-religious Humanitarian Fund (MRHF) spearheads a unique strategy to deliver critical relief worldwide by marshaling the influence and resources of diverse religious communities, leaders, and institutions where it is needed most.Read More
Religions for Peace is committed to leading effective multi-religious responses to the world’s pressing issues. From public health crises to gender inequality, we believe ambitious goals and daunting problems can best be tackled when different faith communities work together.Mission, Vision, Principles
Religions for Peace and Ring for Peace partner again from 11-13 November 2020 for “Women, Faith and Diplomacy: Keeping the Faith and Transforming Tomorrow.”
Our faith traditions inspire us to be changemakers where conflict, mass displacement, poverty, violent extremism and inequality call for common action
Equality for women and girls is a foundation for securing a more peaceful and inclusive world for all people.
Recognising the intimate connection between all forms of life and communities, we are committed to nurturing a sustainable environment.
Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. We bring faith communities together to champion this right for all.
Understanding diverse traditions is vital to increasing trust, respect, and cooperation among all people and faiths.
Strong partnerships with governments, civil society, and faith-based organisations ensures that our work is effective and leaves no one behind.