Since its founding in 1970, Religions for Peace has been guided by the vision of a world in which religious communities cooperate effectively for peace, by taking concrete common action.

Religions for Peace is committed to leading efforts to advance effective multi-religious cooperation for peace on global, regional, national and local levels while ensuring that the religious communities organized on these same levels assume and exercise appropriate leadership and ownership of these efforts.

KAICIID and RfP collaborate on the Multireligious Collaboration for the Common Good, a joint programme to create or support interreligious dialogue platforms, to strengthen the delivery of health and child w​​ell-being services through religious institutions.