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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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The Second AU-Interfaith Dialogue Forum Declaration

By: Participants of the Forum “Leap of Faith: Religious Leaders Advance Justice, Peace, Security, Dialogue and Development in Africa” held in Abuja, Nigeria on November 10-11, 2016
11 Nov, 2016

THE 2ND AU-INTERFAITH DIALOGUE FORUM DECLARATION Following two days of deep reflections, deliberations, sharing of experiences and discussions on the way forward on the theme of the conference and; We, the participants of the forum “Leap of Faith: Religious Leaders Advance Justice, Peace, Security...

The Athens Declaration

By: Participants of the United Against Violence in the Name of Religion Interreligious Meeting Supporting Citizenship Rights and Peaceful Coexistence Challenges, Practices and Open Questions
03 Sep, 2015

Athens Declaration United Against Violence in the Name of Religion: Supporting the Citizenship Rights of Christians, Muslims, and Other Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Middle East September 3, 2015 We Christian and Muslim religious leaders have unanimously committed ourselves to encourage all...


The Dalai Lama speaks out against anti-Muslim violence in Burma

By: Dalai Lama
08 May, 2013

The Dalai Lama speaks out against anti-Muslim violence in Burma Speaking to an audience of 15,000 at the University of Maryland on Tuesday, the Dalai Lama spoke out against religiously motivated attacks against Muslims in Burma and Sri Lanka. Over the past year, violent clashes between Buddhists...

The KAICIID Affirmation

By: KAICIID Board of Directors
26 Nov, 2012

KAICIID AFFIRMATION On behalf of the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, otherwise known as ‘KAICIID’, we, as members of the Board of Directors, wish to publicly declare and stand behind the following: The Vision of KAICIID is ‘Religion as...

The Madrid Declaration

By: Participants the World Conference on Dialogue and followers of the world religions and cultures
18 Jul, 2008

The participants of the World Conference on Dialogue organised by the Muslim World League built on the agreement among the followers of religions and prominent cultures regarding the value of dialogue as the best way for mutual understanding and cooperation in human relations as well as in peaceful...

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The Mecca Appeal

By: Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia
06 Jun, 2008

The Mecca Appeal

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