Harmony in a World in Crisis - World Interfaith Harmony Week 2023
Broadcasting UN Entity
Working together to achieve peace, gender equality, mental health and wellbeing, and environmental preservation. Event organized during World Interfaith Harmony Week (1-7 February).
Future pandemics and natural catastrophic events are likely to continue, adversely impacting the health and wellbeing of peoples. These stressors will continue accentuating already-existing inequities, unless addressed with urgency.
- The Permanent Representatives to the United Nations of Sierra Leone, Belize, and the Permanent Observer of the Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations
- Faith leaders from the Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim traditions and spiritual leaders representing the Onondaga Nation and African Traditional Religion
- The World We Want, youth panel discussion
- Celebratory musical performances
In 2010, the UN General Assembly passed a Resolution proposed by King Abdullah of Jordan (A/Res.65/5) establishing the first week of February each year as World Interfaith Harmony Week to be observed by meaningful programs and initiatives to promote harmony among the world's faiths.