Projects

A Network of Tenderness with and for refugee children – Event 29-1-2017

Videos - A Network of Tenderness with and for Refugee Children - TV news: VTM 29-1-2017 19h  https://youtu.be/0EJuOMBCbMM - A Network of Tenderness with and for refugee children - Event 29-1-2017   https://youtu.be/Z_fgmB4L4Y8 

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Call for application: INTERNATIONAL YOUTH TRAINING SEMINAR

Supported by Erasmus + and Jint THE WORLD CONFERENCE OF RELIGIONS FOR PEACE -BELGIUM  AND  RELIGIONS FOR PEACE EUROPE  IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NGOs IN SIX EUROPEAN COUNTRIES are ORGANIZING AN INTERNATIONAL YOUTH TRAINING SEMINAR  ON EMPOWERING YOUTH IN INTERFAITH AND MULTICULTURAL PEACE ACTION"  VENUE: MARIAPOLIS CENTER, CASTEL GANDOLFO, ITALY  DATES: 27 OCTOBER TO 1rst NOVEMBER 2015  Call for Applications .Deadline for submission of applications: 31 August

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PROJECT: Welcoming Each Other in Europe: a call to Non- Discrimination

Painting by Samia Smahi “Behind the borders” SHORT- PROGRAMME 2014-2015 from Religions for Peace Europe

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Statement: Restoring Dignity: to end violence againt women

Dignity of the woman Social Equality Complementarity of role

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To end Violence against Women: round table – debate – exhibition

Invitation  in the presence of the European Governing Board of Religions for Peace who opted for joint action inEurope are pleased to invite you  to the launch of the European Campaign to end violence against women Saturday 17 November  2012 19 :00- 20 :30   In the City Hall of Brussels Salle Gothique Round Table - Debat    &  Exhibition : Dignity of women –Scriptural Reflections                                

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Good Speak, Good Action

These photos have been taken in the workshop that was organized by Religions for Peace Women of Faith Network in Finland in co operation with two NGOs: Living together in cities and Rasmus . They all oppose racism and xenophobia and promote multiculturality and human rights.  The tittle of the workshop was Good Speak and Good Action and it was held at the Finnish Social Forum in April 2012.

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