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Special Announcement

GNRC 5th Forum Video:
Ending Violence Against Children: Faith Communities in Action

Five hundred and twenty six (526) participants from the world’s religious and spiritual traditions, girls and boys, women and men, from 70 countries, who together with representatives of governments, the United Nations, and international and grassroots organizations, met in Panama City, Panama for the Fifth Forum of the Global Network of Religions for Children. They discussed and committed to sustainable solutions towards what has become ‘a global epidemic’ of violence against children.

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The GNRC 5th Forum Report

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The GNRC Fifth Forum Declaration

The Panama Declaration on Ending Violence Against Children

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Four bright and enthusiastic young people (aged 16 to 18) are the new members of the GNRC Youth Committee that was created in April 2019. After a thorough selection process, these young leaders were selected among 28 candidates who applied to a call for an internship that was launched by Arigatou International in March 2019.

The young interns are based in India, Cameroon, Ecuador, and Pakistan, and they were chosen due to their outstanding commitment with their local GNRC groups towards promoting the rights of the child, finding peaceful solutions to conflicts in their communities, and overall building a better world together.

As members of the GNRC Youth Committee, they are responsible for developing and implementing a special campaign to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and they are already working together with their local GNRC group in organizing several events as part of the campaign.

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The Secretary General, GNRC, Dr. Mustafa Y. Ali, joined other leaders from across the world for the Sixth Annual G20 Interfaith Forum in Tokyo, Japan on 7th

On 25th June 2019, the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC) in partnership with the Inter-religious Committee of Panama and Ar…

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On 30th May 2019, the President of Kenya, H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta joined Muslim faith leaders, repre…

  1. Religious Leaders Commit to a Peaceful Sri Lanka

    Following the unfortunate series of suicide bombings on Easter Sunday this year, in which at least 250 people were killed, Sri Lanka experienced a wave of anti-Mus…

  2. South Africa Holds 2nd Peace Forum

    GNRC–South Africa in partnership with Mavela Ikhaya Project and Religions for Peace organized the 2nd Peace Forum in Kwazulu Natal on 18th …

  3. Latin America Holds its Annual Meeting of the Alliance for the Protection of Children

    On 6th and 7th May 2019 GNRC members in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) organised the annual meeting of the coordinating committee of t…

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