Countdown to WIHW 2020: Letters for Interfaith Campaign

World Interfaith Harmony Week wants to send a clear message that an overwhelming number of people from all faith traditions greatly support the call to harmony.

As part of our countdown to the 10th Anniversary of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, the Parliament of the World’s Religions is launching a Letters for Interfaith Campaign. Letters should simply let others know that you support the annual observance of World Interfaith Harmony Week in your community and around the world.

Letters can be written by an individual, an organization’s representative, or a faith leader in your community. Submit your own letter of support today or incorporate the Letters for Interfaith Campaign at your upcoming World Interfaith Harmony Week celebration.​

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Letters of support can be submitted on the World Interfaith Harmony Week website year-round! Encourage your network and attendees at upcoming events to visit worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com/submit-let- ter-of-support

Sample Letter

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With less than 50 days before the official observance of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week, the Parliament invites you to join the official countdown by fostering interfaith harmony in your community. Learn how you can join the countdown at parliamentofreligions.org/WIHW2020

Observe UN World Interfaith Harmony Week with the Parliament by registering your event with our team today, learn more here.

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