2018 Parliament

The 2018 Parliament of the World's Religions Luminaries Are Creating a More Just, Peaceful, and Sustainable World Today, we are honored to release the second line-up of keynote speakers who will take the stage at the...
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The Parliament of the World’s Religions is Honored to Announce the Presence of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Spiritual Head of Karma Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism at the 7th Parliament of the World’s...
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The word promise can have different meanings. I can use it as a verb: “I promise I’ll do this or that,” and you can hold me to that commitment. But if I use it as a noun, like “this thing has great promise ,” I am...
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Announcing the first line-up of luminaries who will address the global interfaith stage at the Parliament in November of this year. Recognizing the immense value the religious, spiritual, and secular constituencies -...
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Pictured above are just some of the friends in Ontario, Canada who are ready to greet and treat you on November 1-7 for the seventh convening of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. The photo was taken this past...
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Friends and To-Be-Friends of the Parliament of the World’s Religions: Over the coming months, I’ll be sharing some hopes and dreams, some thoughts and observations, and lots of information about the event that takes...
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A pre-Parliament event in Singapore was held in conjunction with the UN Interfaith Thinkers Campus on November. 13 - 15th. Over 65 people from Singapore, Pakistan, Viet Nam, Australia, China, Canada and elsewhere, who...
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Habitat for Humanity Women of Faith Build is was organized in part as a Pathways to PoWR Pre-2018 Parliament event. Coverage is republished with permission of the Canada Mormon Newsroom of The Church of Jesus Christ of...
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STREAMS CONVERGE AS TORONTO WATER WALK PARTNERS WITH GLOBAL INTERFAITH MOVEMENT IN YEAR-LONG GLOBAL WATER PROTECTION CAMPAIGN From Hindu scripture, Islamic teachings, Buddhist meditations and importantly His Holiness...
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Inclusion. It’s more than the mere opposite of exclusion, although that is certainly true. The Latin prefixes “in-“ and “ex-“ do mean, alternately, “in, or indwelling” and “out of, or from.” The meaning of inclusion,...
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