A coalition of 19 public policy offices of national churches and agencies, begun in 1984. Seeks to maintain an on-going dialog with the U.S. Government and the diplomatic community for the purpose of achieving and maintaining just and stable relationships throughout the Middle East.
Begun in 1914, FOR is an interfaith and international movement with branches and groups in over 40 countries and on every continent. Members include Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, and people of other faith traditions, as well as those with no formal religious affiliation.
This alliance, founded in 1994, works to promote interfaith cooperation around shared religious values to strengthen the public's commitment to the values of civic participation, freedom of religion, diversity, and civility in public discourse and to encourage the active involvement of people of faith in the nation's political life.
Includes links to faith-based statements in opposition to war and injustice. ICUJP was founded in Los Angeles after 9/11 to support the work of religious leaders from Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Jewish and other spiritual faiths and traditions who are working for an end to war and violence.
Founded in 1985 by the Swedish Ecumenical Council, this international and ecumenical center for peace research and action aims to further the causes of justice, peace and reconciliation through a combination of research, seminars and publications.