What is The Code?

The Universal Code maps out a practical code of conduct and policy for sacred places worldwide, aiming to improve the protection of holy sites and promote inter-religious reconciliation. Completed in 2011 after a three-year development process, the Universal Code is now endorsed by senior religious leaders from over ten faiths and numerous religious institutions. Field projects implementing the Universal Code in local contexts are being implemented in several countries around the world. 

The Oslo Center’s vision is a world consisting of stable democracies respecting equality, human dignity and human rights.

 

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Religions for Peace advances common action among the world’s religious communities for peace.

 

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SFCG's mission is to end violent conflict by working with all sides to build sustainable peace.

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One World in Dialogue is a Norway based organisation promoting dialogue and cooperation between different cultures, religions and nations.

 

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Trondheim Conference Participants