1000 Abrahamic Circles Public Discussion – “Minority-to-Majority Dialogue: Assisting a receiver for the minority’s messages”

A respectful and friendly relationship between minority and majority groups are essential to reach a world of peace and harmony. But how do we maintain a good relationship between the majority and minority and make sure that minorities’ rights are being valued in the world?



1000 Abrahamic Circles Public Discussion Generation to Generation: “Empowering Grassroots Efforts in Promoting Interfaith Harmony”

This virtual public discussion with the title, “Generation to Generation Dialogue: Empowering Grassroots Efforts in Promoting Interfaith Harmony,” focused on how to maximize grassroots efforts at promoting interfaith harmony and encourage cooperation between the young and older generations in a way that creates robust synergy. The speakers were: 1. Rabbi Jeff Berger, Member of the Fifth Circle (Eco-Circle); 2. Zon Vanel, Fellow of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue (KAICIID); 3. Linda Desyana Koswara, Program and Public Relations Manager of the Indonesian Conference on Religion and Peace (ICRP); and 4. Agustinus Allan Porajow, Delegate to the 4th ASEAN Youth Interfaith Camp 2020 Opening Remarks were delivered by Dr. Dino Patti Djalal. Founder and Chairman of FPCI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqLOacPcUPY)