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Nigeria Diaspora Leaders Explore Conflict, Forgiveness and ‘One family under God’ Model at GPF Headquarters Event
Brazilian Faith Leaders Emphasize ‘Unity in Diversity’ at First Interfaith Social Forum
'One Family Under God' Workshops Encourage Nigerian Leaders to Emphasize Common Ground

The Global Peace Foundation believes that, in addition to the unique and primary religious mission of their faith traditions, religious leaders and men and women of faith have a shared responsibility to bridge divisions, resolve conflicts and build ethical societies based on common ideals,  aspirations, principles and values.

Through its initiatives and programs, the Global Peace Foundation seeks to harness the moral authority of faith leaders to inspire, guide, motivate, and to be actively engaged in vital peace-making and peace-sustaining processes for the benefit of the entire human family.

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With our growing partnerships and networks in 24 countries, we've impacted lives and communities with our unique models of peacebuilding and development. Here is a snapshot of what we accomplished in 2016. Looking forward to even greater advances to peace in 2017.

Published on 09/01/2017
Brazil interfaith social forum Sister Petra Silvia Pfaller

Some fifty Brazilian faith leaders, human rights experts and lawmakers collaborated to define a clear platform of common values to address pressing social challenges at a forum in Goiania, Brazil on June 25, organized by Global Peace Foundation Brazil.

Published on 25/07/2016

Nigerian diaspora leaders in the Washington, DC metropolitan area met at the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Headquarters offices in Lanham, Maryland on June 16 for a program to welcome new friends, learn more about Nigeria from Nigerians, and raise awareness and support for GPF’s One Family under

Published on 24/06/2016