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Grassroots initiative faces uphill funding battle

Updated: May 7, 2019

An ambitious interfaith movement to set up global discussions among grassroots leaders of the world’s Abrahamic religions is struggling to find sponsors, even though its initiators at the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) are convinced the idea would find success if it could be widely implemented.

The 1,000 Abrahamic Circles movement, which the FPCI introduced at the Paris Peace Forum in November last year, aims at bringing together religious leaders of the three Abrahamic traditions — Islam, Christianity and Judaism — from around the world in multiple groups called “circles” that promote interfaith dialogue.

Click here to read the full article written by Agnes Anya of the Jakarta Post


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