World Interfaith Harmony Week at the UN Feb 3rd or Watch the Webcast Online wherever you are!

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The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC)
and The Committee of Religious NGOs at the U.N.

Along with Co-Sponsoring Organizations including
 
The World Peace Prayer Society, United Religions Initiative
Universal Peace Federation, Interfaith Center of New York, We, The World
The Committee on Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns-NY

Invite you to

Interfaith Harmony:
Implementing the Transformative Agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals

Honoring the 2016 World Interfaith Harmony Week

Wednesday, 3 February 2016
3:00-6:00 p.m.
United Nations Conference Room 1

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Schools and faith community groups are welcome!

This event is FREE however registration is necessary by Friday January 29th
Register at www.rsvpwihw.eventbrite.com
Please indicate whether or not you have a U.N. grounds pass

Not in New York? Watch the event from any location on your computer live or watch a recording of it afterwards at http://webtv.un.org

 
As a Co-Sponsor of this major event We, The World is excited to invite you to participate! At a time when violence and war in the name of religion is fueling tremendous social, economic, political and even environmental problems, faith communities coming together for a compassionate sustainable future couldn’t be more timely. Below are more details about the event.

If you or your friends and colleagues are in NYC February 3rd, I hope to see you there!

Rick Ulfik
Founder of We, The World and the WE Campaign at WE.net

About Interfaith Harmony Week
and this UN Event February 3rd, 2016

Seating is limited! Register by Friday, January 29
World Interfaith Harmony Week, established by U.N. General Assembly Resolution 65/5, offers the opportunity to highlight the vital role of communities of faith working with the United Nations to guide our world toward a more compassionate, sustainable future.

Religious leaders will join distinguished governmental and U.N. speakers to demonstrate support for the Sustainable Development Goals. The focus will be on the importance of interfaith solidarity in accomplishing the Goals, as well as innovative approaches that develop a spirit of partnership among religious communities and with the United Nations.

Please join us for an afternoon of thoughtful presentations, music and ceremony. Schools and faith community groups are welcome!