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We believe that all people share in a universal calling to care for all the children of our world, so all of the tools and approaches we offer are designed to bring people together—in all their wonderous diversity—to build a better world for children. We do so mainly by reflecting on our collective and individual commitment to peaceful coexistence. Patrick Nicholas Barasa, was privileged to be one of the convenors and facilitators at a Conflict Transformation Training conducted by the Uganda Youth Arigatou - GNRC retweeted.
Children and young people have a right to speak and be heard. Peace faces a new danger: the climate crisis.
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It is impossible to build a peaceful world if we continue damaging our environment. Faith leaders have a central role in protecting children offline and online. Islam Revealed in its final form by the Prophet Muhammad. Jainism An ancient philosophy and ethical teaching that originated in India. Jehovah's Witnesses A Christian-based evangelistic religious movement.
What is religion? What is a spiritual tradition?
Judaism Based around the Jewish people's covenant relationship with God. Paganism Contemporary religions usually based on reverence for nature. Rastafari A young religion founded in Jamaica in the s.
Santeria Afro-Caribbean syncretic religion originating in Cuba. Shinto Japanese folk tradition and ritual with no founder or single sacred scripture. Spiritualism Spiritualists believe in communication with the spirits of people who have died. Taoism An ancient tradition of philosophy and belief rooted in Chinese worldview.
Unitarianism An open-minded and individualistic approach to religion. Zoroastrianism One of the oldest monotheistic faiths, founded by the Prophet Zoroaster. See also.
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