Interfaith Coalition for Peace is a secular non profit organization enabling people achieve the full realization of their rights as human beings, attaining & sustaining equitable and dignified life. Simultaneously involved in non-formal interfaith, academic courses and advocacy of community care.
the living faiths and religions of the world emphasize on Peace,
Harmony, Justice and Reconciliation, it is important that followers of
all these beliefs appreciate that there is a common destiny based on
love and peaceful coexistence.
Taj Mahal's Spiritual Message more
Presentation made at Azarbaijan international conference on 2017: Year of Islamic Solidarity - Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue on 21 December 2018 more
Christmas celebration at CISRS House more
Contribution of Islam and Muslims in the Constituent Assembly (Presentation made by Dr Syed Zafar Mahmood on the eve of the Constitution Day in the program held in the Constitution Club, New Delhi on 26 Nov 2017) more
Whereas the living faiths and religions of the world
emphasize on Peace, Harmony, Justice and Reconciliation, it is important
that followers of all these beliefs appreciate that there is a common
destiny based on love and peaceful coexistence. With this end in view
the Interfaith Coalition for Peace dedicates itself to the following:
Creation of a family across the world that honours the sovereignty of God and respects human dignity.
Honouring the feelings and opinions of all communities and upholding their religious and human rights.
Promotion of equity, justice, peace and mutual respect.
Inculcation of a culture of tolerance and harmony, working on the principles of caring for and sharing with others and creating a lasting relationship amongst the communities and peoples of India and the world.
1. RESEARCH: Find commonalities in all scriptures, precepts and practices, collaborate with one another in building a cohesive and mutually considerate society in India and the world and for the promotion...
2. AWARENESS & INTERACTION: To hold meetings / consultations with religious leaders in India and abroad and network with other interfaith organizations and to organize short and long term training programmes, seminars, workshops and consultations.
3. CAPACITY BUILDING: "Systematic equipping of people" four developing their inherent potential to respond creatively to the challenges thrown by the ever changing world today and, for this purpose, to engage in diapraxis