Building a peaceful world of co-prosperity and shared values has long been the goal of religion, politics and educational institutions. In a stable, loving family, individuals may naturally develop capacities for love, respect, communication, cooperation, service, conflict resolution, forgiveness and other social skills that are relevant to life in the wider society. How can this universal principle be applied and extended to encourage harmonious social relations and partnerships for peace in our communities and in the family of nations?

Ms. Tahirih Danesh

Intervention of Ms. Tahirih Danesh, Senior Programme Consultant, The Ward and Brown Foundation, United Kingdom, at the international leadership conference in Vienna, Austria.

Prof. Yeon Ah Moon, President, Women’s Federation for World Peace, International, Korea

Intervention of Prof. Yeon Ah Moon, President, Women’s Federation for World Peace, International, Korea, at the international leadership conference in Vienna, Austria.

The Role of Parliamentarians in Strenghening Inter-Religious Harmony

Intervention of Prof. Dr Vasilika Hysi, Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Albania, at the international leadership conference in Vienna, Austria.

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