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Is an international politically neutral and faith-based independent non-profit non-governmental organization in special consultative status with the economic and social council of the United Nations, as of 2014; founded in geneva in 2010 with the stated aim to meet the elementary needs of the world’s children and favour their access to school, food and health.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) is the broadest and most inclusive among the many organized expressions of the modern ecumenical movement, a movement whose goal is Christian unity.
The WCC brings together churches, denominations and church fellowships in more than 110 countries and territories throughout the world, representing over 500 million Christians and including most of the world’s Orthodox churches, scores of Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist and Reformed churches, as well as many United and Independent churches. At the end of 2013, there were 345 member churches. While the bulk of the WCC’s founding churches were European and North American, today most member churches are in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, the Middle East and the Pacific.
For its member churches, the WCC is a unique space: one in which they can reflect, speak, act, worship and work together, challenge and support each other, share and debate with each other. As members of this fellowship, WCC member churches:
are called to the goal of visible unity in one faith and one eucharistic fellowship;
promote their common witness in work for mission and evangelism;
engage in Christian service by serving human need, breaking down barriers between people, seeking justice and peace, and upholding the integrity of creation; and
foster renewal in unity, worship, mission and service.
We are a Canadian Christian organization actively engaged in partnerships of solidarity that promote the perspectives and peace vision of the Palestinian Christian community. Rooted in the Gospel of non-violence, justice, peace and reconciliation, we work with communities of all faiths, non-governmental organizations and other like-minded networks and organizations to accomplish our goals. We focus on working towards a just and enduring peace for Palestinians and Israelis that will benefit the whole Middle East region. We carry out our mission primarily through education and solidarity projects in Canada.
The Community of Living Traditions is a multifaith intentional community dedicated to the cultivating the practices of hospitality and strategic nonviolence that exists with our faith traditions. We are active in many organizing initiatives, including immigrant rights, Black Lives Matter, food justice, LGBTQ rights, worker rights, Palestine-Israel, climate justice, and local community organizing efforts. We live in residence at Stony Point Center, a conference center of the Presbyterian Church USA. For more information, see http://stonypointcenter.org/multifaith-community
At the WSF, we will be facilitating a Discussion Workshop on “Decolonizing Faith : the role of multifaith organizing in the global justice movement”. We would be honored to have you join us on Aug 10, 13:00 – 15:30. Please check back for updates!
The Centre for Social Justice conducts research, education and advocacy in a bid to narrow the gap in income, wealth and power, and enhance peace and human security.brings together people from universities and unions, faith groups and community organizations in the pursuit of greater equality and democracy.
Islam is the religion of mercy.
Wahhabi terrorists are not Muslim.
They are mercenaries of Saudi in the service of world Zionism-capitalism
We are a global movement of peoples movements which put justice at the heart of faith. We are co-sponsored by the World Council of Churches, the World Communion of Reformed Churches and the Council for World Mission.
Maintain equality, equity and empowerment for all Canadian Muslim women.
•To promote Muslim women’s identity in the Canadian context.
•To assist Muslim women to gain an understanding of their rights, responsibilities and roles in Canadian society.
•To promote and encourage understanding and interfaith dialogue between Muslims and other faith communities.
•To contribute to Canadian society the knowledge, life experiences and ideas of Muslim women for the benefit of all.
•To strengthen the bonds of sisterhood among the Muslim communities and among Muslim individuals.
Favoriser le dialogue interreligieux pour agir ensemble à l’élimination de la pauvreté, à l’instauration de la paix et au respect de l’Environnement
KAIROS unites Canadian churches and religious organizations in a faithful ecumenical response to the call to “do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8).
Informed by biblical teaching, KAIROS deliberates on issues of common concern, striving to be a prophetic voice in the public sphere.
Inspired by a vision of God’s compassionate justice, KAIROS advocates for social change, amplifying and strengthening the public witness of its members.
Responding to Christ by engaging in social transformation, KAIROS empowers the people of God and is empowered by them to live out our faith in action for justice and peace, joining with those of goodwill in Canada and around the world.
The Baha’i International Community represents the worldwide Baha’i community, whose members come from every national, ethnic, religious, cultural, and socio-economic background, representing a cross-section of humanity.
The work of our offices can be broadly described in terms of contributing to policy discourses at the international level. This involves collaborating with individuals, groups, and organizations in a variety of social spaces where thought, public opinion, and policy take form and evolve. Our aim is to contribute to the collective shaping of attitudes needed to advance global prosperity and justice.
La mission des Antennes de la paix est de contribuer avec d’autres à promouvoir la culture de la paix par des activités d’éducation et de sensibilisation.
Les Antennes de paix se proposent de
capter et relayer les appels de populations aux prises avec des situations de violence et d’injustice économique, génératrices de conflits destructeurs voire meurtriers;
faire mieux connaître les initiatives des artisanes et artisans de paix essentielles au devenir de ces communautés humaines;
utiliser les nouveaux médias pour contribuer à mieux faire connaître et aimer l’ensemble des peuples et des êtres humains.
L’organisation fondée en 2007 est membre de Pax Christi International dont elle partage la mission : créer une culture de paix inspirée d’une option pour la justice sociale et l’ouverture à toutes appartenances culturelles et religieuses.
Le Groupe de théologies africaines subsahariennes (GTAS) est une unité de recherche qui rassemble les chercheuses et chercheurs des cycles supérieurs intéressées par les questions historiques, sociales, politiques, culturelles, identitaires, spirituelles, religieuses et autres soulevées dans le champ vaste des théologies africaines subsahariennes. Il est rattaché à la Faculté de théologie et de sciences des religions de l’Université de Montréal.
The United Church of Canada is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada and has partnerships with churches, agencies, and ecumenical organizations around the world. The founders of the United Church believed that ours is a living faith, a faith that is expressed not only in ministry, but also in mission in and with the world.
Comboni Network supports peace, social and environmental justice, reconciliation and inter-religious dialogue