Most Venerable Phrathepkittimoli: “Buddhism is not a mere teaching of liberation, but a perfect example of how to live in perfect harmony, peace and compassion”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

Dr Majeda Omar: “Equal citizenship rights requires promoting different equalities”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

Professor Etibar Najafov: “Azerbaijan is one of a few states in the world in which multiculturalism is a state policy”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

Grand Rabbi Albert Guigui: “Survival passes by consultation. It is therefore important to help religions meet each other, to dialogue and to pass from a dynamic of exclusion to a dynamic of communication”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

Le Grand Rabbin Albert Guigui: « La survie passe par la consultation. Il est donc important d'aider les religions à se rencontrer, à dialoguer et à passer d'une dynamique d'exclusion à une dynamique de communication »

25 juin 2018, GENEVE - Le Centre de Genève pour la promotion des droits de l'homme et le dialogue global, en collaboration avec la Commission internationale catholique pour les migrations, le Conseil œcuménique des Eglises, le Forum de la pensée arabe, le Conseil mondial des Chefs religieux, l’association « Bridges to Common Ground » des Etats-Unis et le Centre européen pour la paix et le développement, a organisé en partenariat avec l’UNITAR, une Conférence mondiale sur les « Religions, croyances et systèmes de valeurs : Unir les forces pour promouvoir les droits citoy

World Conference: Ambassador Juan Somavia, former Director-General of the International Labour Organization, highlights the importance of the United Nations as a global forum of multicultural interaction and spiritual convergence

25 June 2018, GENEVA: The Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development, organized a World Conference on “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Right”.

Mr. Sami Kanaan, Mayor of Geneva: “We are lucky enough to live in a multicultural city, open to others, which welcomes openheartedly communities from all continents, with their cultures, their beliefs, and their religions”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

Chairman and Executive Director welcome participants to World Conference seeking to bring out the common space of world religions within which equal citizenship rights can be fully realized

25 June 2018, GENEVA: The Ceremonial Entrance leading to the main Assembly Hall of the Palais des Nations was opened exceptionally this morning for the holding of the World Conference on Religions, Creeds and/or Value Systems Joining Forces to Promote Equal Citizenship Rights.  This conference is being held under the patronage of HRH Prince Al Hassan bin Talal of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and under the chairmanship of HE Dr Hanif El Qassim from the United Arab Emirates.

HE Ali Bin Al Sayed Abdulrahman Al Hashim: “Our collective participation in this World Conference has an amplified impact on the international community in various ways with regard to the respect of freedom of belief”

25 June 2018, GENEVA: The Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development has organized the first World Conference entitled “Religions, Creeds and Value System: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” that was held on the 25th of June 2018 at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland. The World Conferenc

IOM Director General Ambassador William Lacy Swing: “Human mobility is not an issue to deal with but rather a human reality that has existed from the beginning of humankind“

25 June 2018, GENEVA: On 25 June 2018, the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organized a World Conference on the theme of “Religions, Creeds and Value Systems: Joining Forces to Enhance Equal Citizenship Rights” at the United Nations Office at Geneva in collaboration with the International Catholic Migration Commission, the World Council of Churches, the Arab Thought Forum, the World Council of Religious Leaders, Bridges to Common Ground and the European Centre for Peace and Development. 

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