Last year, in the midst of a national referendum so divisive it sowed tension even between family members, one of my countrywomen was stabbed, shot and kicked to death in the street by a man who held different political views to her, who cried “This is for Britain”.
I’m watching the sunset over Teddy Roosevelt National Park in Medora, North Dakota and thinking about my Grandmother on this first night of Ramadan. She passed away a few years ago, but growing up, my family would visit her in Lake Isabella just above Bakersfield in Central California.
Hello! Shalom! Salam! Privet...I can continue the list of languages in which you may be greeted in Israel, or I can count the number of denominations and nationalities in the Holy Land, but instead I'll tell you one short personal story.
Huddled together, Muslims and Christians alike, in an attempt to protect our cardboard boxes from the rain, we welcomed to our corner of Shadwell, London the local councilor in charge of housing in our borough.
It was my first interfaith meeting in college that sparked my passion for interfaith cooperation. At this meeting, we stood in two concentric circles and discussed our lives, interests, personal beliefs, and greater worldviews with strangers.
Toronto--acclaimed by the United Nations as the most diverse city in the world and home to six million Canadians—has been chosen as the host city of the 7th Parliament of the World’s Religions, to be convened in November 2018.
The Indigenous Task Force and the Climate Action Task Force of the Parliament of the World’s Religions co-organized a program during the sixteenth session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, “Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change: A Panel and Discussion.” The event was hel