RfP Global Interfaith Youth Network
Religions for Peace Global Interfaith Youth Network harnesses the energy and commitment of religious youth leaders around the world to advance its mission of multi-religious cooperation for peace.
Religions for Peace Global Interfaith Youth Network was established at the 2006 World Youth Assembly in Hiroshima, Japan. It harnesses the energy and commitment of religious youth leaders all over the world to advance the mission of multi-religious cooperation for peace. The Global Interfaith Youth Network is representative of the world's major religious traditions across six regions.
- Workshops and Seminars
RfP GIYN organizes workshops and seminars against religious intolerance
- Capacity Building
Capacity building through sponsoring training of trainers on the topic of interreligious dialogue
- Social Media
RfP GIYN conducts social media campaigns on the richness of religious diversity and pluralism
- Dissemination of Religious Texts
RfP GIYN disseminates religious texts on 'Welcoming the other' throughout their networks.
Main Focus Countries of Activities
World - World - World - World