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Interfaith Peacebuilding

Nigeria Interfaith Campaign Prompts a Commitment to Peace in Kaduna State
Nigeria One Family under God Peace Festival Celebrates Unity in Diversity
'Essentials for Peacebuilding' Workshop Highlights Efforts Towards a Global Ethic

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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Mrs. Mary Thomas is 61 years old, a mother of ten and a grandmother of twenty children, with farming as her only occupation.She lives in a remote farming community of Bakin Kogi located in the southern part of Kaduna state, Nigeria.
Published on 14/12/2017
Nigeria is Africa's most populous country and evenly divided among Christians and Muslims. Recent attacks by violent extremists, church and mosque burnings, and reprisal killings have taken the lives of more than 20,000 people.
Published on 03/12/2017