World Interfaith Harmony Week Recognized by the United Nations

From the website of the United Nations:
The General Assembly… “Proclaims the first week of February every year the World Interfaith Harmony Week between all religions, faiths and beliefs.”
General Assembly resolution A/RES/65/5, adopted 20 October 2010
For discussion:
In your opinion, what sort of events are most suitable for the observance of World Interfaith Harmony Week? Are you aware of any events being held in your city or country next year?


The Jordanian Interfaith Coexistence Research Center (JICRC) is an interfaith organization in Amman, under the leadership of founder Fr Nabil Haddad. Our Mission is to promote coexistence on national and international levels through the establishment of intercultural understanding and communication between communities, groups, and individuals by building on the common values inherent in the Abrahamic faiths of Islam, Christianity and Judaism. We strive to build a better political, social, economic, and cultural environment across the globe by promoting human dignity, human rights, tolerance, and mutual respect.

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