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Interfaith Cooperation Forum

Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR
Joined February 2019

A Movement Promoting Justpeace The ICF is organized jointly by the Asia and Pacific Alliance of YMCAs (APAY), the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) supported by Bread for the World, Germany. It has



Presence in: Philippines
Focus: Peace-building

The Interfaith Cooperation Forum is a program of the Asia and Pacific Alliance of YMCAs. It was born in 2003 out of the realization of the importance of interreligious understanding and unity in the Asian region. It was conceived to be a venue for study and appreciation of the different perspective of religions on peace, and discern the role of religion in peacebuilding. Is religion a source of peace? Or, is it a source of conflict? Yet, in these times, with the onslaught of neoliberal economic globalization, more people experience poverty more than ever, communities are destroyed and residents are displaced, native wisdom and core values are overrun by Western and consumerist outlooks, and climate change is fast coming at the heels of the destruction of the Planet Earth seems unabated. There is no peace on earth!

People Associated With This Organization

Abdurazaq Madale

Philippines  
Interfaith Cooperation Forum
Joined February 2019
Interests: Peace-building
Abdurazaq Madale received graduate in Education from Mindanao Islamic Computer College and is currently working in Philippine Embassy Riyadh. I studied Arabic and Islamic Jurisprudence at Almaarif Educational Center. A strong advocate for human rights and just peace, I always passionately get involves in youth empowering in my community, students and old ones in their basic rights, opportunities and securities. My professional interests focus on human rights advocate, youth empowerment, medical concern and quality education, and my current personal projects include short video publication on peace promotions and peace education. In addition I as national coordinator for Interfaith Cooperation Forum. and is a member of Muslim young Professional association. I was recently recognized as active young professional peace maker for my contributions to the community.
Abdurazaq Madale is the network champion (main point of contact) for Interfaith Cooperation Forum.

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