Center for Reduction of Religious-Based Conflict is dedicated to the reduction of religious-based conflict throughout the world through publicizing existing conflicts, their significance to all of us, and their causes as well as providing realistic long-term solutions.
Fellowship of Reconciliation is composed of women and men who recognize the essential unity of all creation and have joined together to explore the power of love and truth for resolving human conflict. While it has always been vigorous in its opposition to war, FOR has insisted equally that this effort must be based on a commitment to the achieving of a just and peaceful world community, with full dignity and freedom for every human being.
Religions for Peace, the largest coalition of representatives from the world’s great religions, includes amongst recent successes building reconciliation in Iraq, mediating dialogue among warring factions in Sierra Leone, organizing an international network of religious women’s organizations and establishing a program to assist children affected by Africa’s AIDS pandemic.
United Religions Initiative is an internationally recognized interfaith network active in 78 countries that cultivates and connect locally rooted change-makers across religious, cultural and geographic boundaries, harnessing their collective power to take on religiously motivated violence and social, economic and environmental crises.