The coronavirus COVID-19 worries many people around the world and leads to numerous cancellations of events. This has affected also the work of PaRD.
COVID-19 is a pandemic – and therefore affects people of all faiths worldwide. Several PaRD members call on praying at home and provide important info for their communities.
Motivated by a shared commitment to promote and advance peace and security in the eastern African region, United Religions Initiative (URI) and the Africa and Eastern African Standby Force (EASF) concluded an agreement to work in partnership.
Find various open positions as the Network is expanding its global team.
The Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities (JLI) is looking for a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
PaRD’s SDG 3 work-stream on Health has published a new study with the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI).
More than 200 religious leaders, policymakers, and media experts came to Vienna last month to discuss hate speech.
An online game to promote dialogue, social media campaigns with messages of peace or an Ethical Journalism Network. Three media practitioners from Spain, Kenya and Indonesia discussed different ways to counter hate speech online.
The NPI Incubator will develop resources and training for local and underutilized groups, including faith-based, community, and civil-society organizations, so they can successfully compete for USAID funding.
70 high-level faith-based actors convened on October 15th, 2019 in Washington to discuss the role of faith in building social and economic inclusion to advance sustainable country level outcomes in fragile contexts.