Join the countdown toward UN World Interfaith Harmony Week 2021 by fostering interfaith harmony in your community. Already organizing an event? Check out some of the campaigns launched in 2020 and get your community involved in the countdown.
The World Interfaith Harmony Week initiative and the Parliament of the World’s Religions are partnering to launch a study in order to explore the engagement of the global interfaith movement with UN World Interfaith Harmony Week and the H.M. King Abdullah II World Interfaith Harmony Week Prize.
This joint study aims to learn more about the observances and engagement in the last decade and the work planned for the future in an ever-changing world. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey regarding your engagement in World Interfaith Harmony Week.
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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.
Join the Parliament in a letter-writing campaign in support of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week. 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.
In observance of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week, the Parliament invites organizers to foster interfaith harmony by sponsoring an official city resolution from your local city government acknowledging the first week of February as Interfaith Harmony Week.
Resolutions will be shared with the World Interfaith Harmony Week Initiative and a video featuring participating mayors and cities will be produced by the Parliament in commemoration.
Interested in sponsoring an official city resolution fostering interfaith harmony in your city? Email email@example.com for details.
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