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World Interfaith Harmony Week is an official observance of the United Nations. It is based on the pioneering work of The Common Word initiative, which in 2007 called for Muslim and Christian leaders to engage in a dialogue based on two common religious Commandments: Love of God and Love of the Neighbor.
Join TOU and other religious NGOs at the Church Center for the United Nations for a World Interfaith Harmony Event:

Inspiring Faith in Humanity

February 7, 2018, 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Tillman Chapel, Church Center for the UN
777 United Nations Plaza, NYC

Faith in humanity brings us closer together, restores dignity to the oppressed, and gives us a collective voice to speak out against injustices. During this event, religious leaders, UN representatives, and diplomats will share their stories and knowledge. Partnership between religious communities and the United Nations will bring the world toward a more compassionate and sustainable future.

Please join us for thoughtful presentations and festive music and food, and to celebrate our faith in humanity.

UPDATE: Our colleague at United Religions Initiative posted the following commentary and pictures after the event. Click to view the full photo album!

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