South Asia Archive
The Religion and Peacemaking Center of Innovation was launched in July 2000 to analyze religious dynamics in conflict and to advance the peacebuilding roles of religious actors and organizations in conflict zones.
The Religious Harmony Foundation is a public charitable trust established under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950, whose aim is to strive to bring religious harmony across the globe.
South Asian region of the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) includes partners in Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Maldives, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Thailand and Phillipines.
Invoke.sg is an Internet network which focuses on religious education and dialogue in Singapore.
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The GFCH is founded on the conviction that all faiths are valid and sacred for their respective adherents who are strongly motivated by such faiths. The GFCH is founded equally on the concern that different civilisations sourced in the different faiths are moving towards conflicts and clashes. It believes that a harmonious relationship between them [...]
The specific orientations of the Center for the Study of World Religion (CSWR) are the promotion of interreligious understanding and the spirit of dialogue among the followers of various religions, in-depth research on interreligious topics, conducting national and international seminars in Journals of Dharma – the official publication of CSWR, and publication of the thematic research [...]