Summit of world religions invites IEP to speak
Every five years, leaders of faith come together to find ways to transform conflict and promote harmony.
The Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP) will present at one of the world’s leading interfaith events.
Founder and Executive Chairman of IEP, Steve Killelea, will speak about Positive Peace at the World Assembly of Religions for Peace in Lindau, Germany.
The summit of high-level religious leaders representing most faiths from across the world works towards transforming conflict, promoting harmonious societies, advancing human development and protecting the Earth.
This year’s event will convene under the theme: “caring for our common future-advancing shared wellbeing.”
Organised by non-profit organisation, Religions for Peace, the event forges relationships and mutual projects between the world’s religious communities from the grassroots to national, regional and global levels.
While the summit is an invitation-only event, the public can engage with the summit through the “Agora” or “Market of Ideas” events, which will be held in the open space outside the event venue, Inselhalle in Lindau.
For more information on the event, visit the Religions for Peace website.