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Statements for Peaceful Coexistence

The database of statements is a collection of statements published online made by religious leaders, religious institutions and interreligious organizations for peaceful coexistence, as well as against the use of violence in the name of religion. The statements are accessible through hyperlinks to publically available online sources and resources.  

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GermanyVarious religions

Declaration of the Tenth World Assembly of Religions for Peace

By: Participants of the 10th World Assembly of Religions for Peace
23 Aug, 2019

Religions for Peace (RfP) officially adopted the Declaration of the 10th World Assembly, which will guide RfP and all affiliates in common action for peace for the next 5-7 years. The Declaration provides a Call to Common Action. Guided by the principles of their own religious traditions, and...

South AfricaCape TownChristianity

Desmond Tutu speaks out against violence in Myanmar

By: Desmond Tutu
07 Sep, 2017

Desmond Tutu speaks out against violence in Myanmar ''My dear Aung San Suu Kyi I am now elderly, decrepit and formally retired, but breaking my vow to remain silent on public affairs out of profound sadness about the plight of the Muslim minority in your country, the Rohingya. In my heart you are a...

Declaration on Peace

By: The International Association for Religious Freedom
30 Jul, 2017

March 2006, 32nd IARF Congress, Taiwan, IARF Declaration on Peace: “Religion can no longer be an accomplice to war, to terrorism, or to any other forms of violence, organized or spontaneous, against any member of the human family. We, as members of the International Association for Religious...

Buddhism

Dalai Lama: There is no such thing as a Muslim terrorist

By: Dalai Lama
14 Sep, 2016

There is no such thing as a Muslim terrorist The 14th Dalai Lama said during a meeting with the parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs in Strasbourg, France, as a response from a question from the floor: "Buddhist terrorist. Muslim terrorist. That wording is wrong. Any person who wants to...

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