General Assembly of Asian Conference of Religions for Peace
Mission: Multi-religious cooperation for Peace is the hallmark of ACRP. This cooperation includes but also goes beyond dialogue and bears fruit in common concrete action. Through ACRP, diverse religious communities discern “deeply held and widely shared” moral concerns, such as transforming violent conflict, bringing about just and harmonious societies, advancing sustainable development goals, caring for the earth, promoting nuclear and conventional disarmament and protecting human rights. ACRP translates these shared moral concerns into concrete multi-religious action.
2020 marked the 50th anniversary of the First Assembly of Religions for Peace International, held in Kyoto Japan in 1970. Asia Conference of Religions for Peace thus convened its 9th Assembly in Tokyo Japan from 19 to 22 October 2021 online. A postponement from 2020. The central theme of the 2020/21 Asian Assembly was Asian Religious Communities in Action: Moving towards an Inclusive, Healthy, Prosperous, Peaceful Asia in developing an interfaith movement working for positive peace and shared well-being across Asia and the Pacific based on the national chapters with the objective to create formal links with key umbrella religious organizations, governments, key international and regional agencies and relevant research organizations in universities.
Organizer :Asian Conference of Religions for Peace
Last Event2021, 14 - 16 October, Tokyo, Japan
Next eventTo be announced
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