Religions for Peace

Founding Year: 1970

Staff: 33

Budget: $ 2.8m~

Azza Karam (Secretary General)

Is an international “interfaith multi-religious peace-building coalition” with representatives in 90 countries. It strives to advance “common action among the world’s religious communities for peace on global, regional, national and local levels.” RfP ensures that the “religious communities organized on these same levels assume and exercise appropriate leadership and ownership of these efforts.”

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Religions for Peace contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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