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G20 Interfaith Forum
Tuesday 13 October 2020

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Registration: https://www.kaiciid.org/g20-interfaith-forum-registration 

 

 
Register now for the G20 Interfaith Forum
 

The G20 Interfaith Forum is fast approaching. The conclusion of a comprehensive and inclusive process, this year’s Interfaith Forum will be held online from 13 to 17 October in partnership by KAICIID, the United Nations Alliance of Civilisations, the G20 Interfaith Forum Association, and Saudi Arabia’s National Dialogue Committee. It will address some of the world’s most pressing humanitarian and development issues such as the COVID-19 pandemic, poverty, migration, conflict, gender equality, and climate change. The Forum ensures that religious voices are integral partners in global relief efforts by contributing to the annual G20 Leaders’ Summit, which is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. Download the agenda here.

For the first time since the Interfaith Forum was launched in 2014, regional fora were held throughout summer 2020 in the Arab regionAfricaLatin and North AmericaAsia and Europe. Kicking off in June, each regional forum invited participants to propose recommendations on specific themes such as combating socioeconomic inequalities, safeguarding the planet, ensuring good governance and promoting gender equality. 

The forum is open to the public.

More than 500 religious leaders and policymakers, experts and representatives of faith-based organisations from 70 countries on five continents have engaged in six virtual regional consultations to discuss and identify joint solutions to issues ranging from education and gender equality to climate change and COVID-19. Each region had different priorities and challenges, but the consultations showed that in every part of the world, religious communities and their leaders are already on the front lines of crisis relief, humanitarian aid, and spiritual support for the vulnerable. To learn more about their efforts and findings select the region below:

 Arab Region 
Latin America
North America
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 Europe 
 Asia 
Africa