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Speeches

I am proud to address on behalf of the Sikhs the distinguished religious leaders and guests at this esteemed forum. This is the place which always feels the pulse of the world and is keeping an eye on its developments. It also notices when justice is done or injustice is done, and similarly, when human rights and values are respected or violated.

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Gathered together today in the bosom of the United Nations, we young people belonging to different religions are happy to testify to our enthusiasm and our ambition to work, at our pace and according to our capacities, for interreligious dialogue and for peace.

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We are gathered here today to promote interreligious dialogue, in order to avoid the scourge of war due to religious conflicts in the years to come, which has in the past brought sorrow to mankind.

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We young Muslim people stand with you today, in order to improve and strengthen the interreligious cooperation in the world and thus walk together toward peace. 

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It is easy to love oneself, to be proud of one’s nation, to support one’s people, sometimes blindly. On the other hand, it is much more challenging to respect an individual with another culture and another story. We should start right now knowing each other, listening to each other.

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We are convinced that religion, which is an expression of the relationship between God and human beings, cannot and must not ever fuel conflicts among people. On the contrary, it should be a source of respect and openness to welcome the other person in his or her deepest identity, which is as a worthy, free, and responsible human being.

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My conception is that freedom of religion is indivisible, and therefore I decided to start working as a volunteer for Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox organizations. There were difficult debates inside the concerned faith-based organizations before they decided to co-organize common defense actions. They were then probably less convinced by the concept of indivisibility of religious freedom than by the necessity to unite their efforts so that their voices could be better heard.

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Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Vice President, Federal Republic of Nigeria: Message of Goodwill to the Global Peace Festival-Kenya was delivered by H.E. Dr. Chijoke Wilcox Wigwe, fwe, High Commissioner of Nigeria to Kenya.

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Dr. Hyun Jin Moon, Co-Chairman, Universal Peace Federation Keynote Address at the Global Peace Festival Nairobi, Kenya, August 31, 2008

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Address Prepared for the International Leadership Conference of the Universal Peace Federation Nairobi, Kenya, August 30, 2008 by Dr. Anna Tibaijuka, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Director of UN-HABITAT

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In the age of globalized human community and a shrinking world, interfaith dialogue and cooperation is no longer just a commendable endeavor but a historical necessity. The faith community now has to move the agenda from interreligious tolerance to understanding, acceptance, respect, celebration, and action.

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The Preamble to the UN charter is similar to the US Constitution. I would claim that they are very basic US values. They are as well values of the international community. This is why there exists a very close relationship and why we are able to act together to achieve a joint purpose.

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