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SECTOR: RELIGION, FAITH & TRADITIONAL FAITHS:

Holy Week Around The World: How Christians Commemorate The Last Week Of Lent Before Easter Sunday [PHOTOS]
16 Apr - Read more
 

 

SECTOR: CULTURE, CIVILISATIONS & ETHNICITY:

 

Ivanov: Macedonia has the right to be proud of conditions it has created for the Roma
9 Apr - Read more

 

 

Marking International Day, UN urges full inclusion of Roma people in decision-making in Europe
8 Apr - Read more

 


 

SECTOR: EDUCATION:

UN chief teams up with global leaders, celebrities to get all children into school by 2015

10 Apr - Read more

 


 

SECTOR: CITIZENS, ORGANIZATIONS & COMMUNITY:

World Urban Forum: UN-backed meeting hails cities as vital to sustainable development
11 Apr - Read more

 


 

UN Assembly, Economic and Social Council launch joint talks on development partnerships

9 Apr - Read more

 


 

Challenges facing world population take centre stage at annual UN forum
7 Apr - Read more

 


 

UN marks International Day with call for harnessing power of sport to build better world

6 Apr - Read more

 


 

SECTOR: ENVIRONMENT:

 

In Washington, Ban urges world leaders to work towards climate action


11 Apr - Read more

 


 

UN launches decade-long initiative to promote sustainable energy for all


9 Apr - Read more

 



Message of the High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations on the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

6 Apr - Read more

 


 

 United Nations Alliance Of Civilizations informal meeting “Unity in Diversity- World Civil Society”.
UN High Representative H.E. Mr. Nassir Abdul Aziz Al-Nasser

10 Mar - Read more
20 Feb - Welcome remarks
21 Feb - Closing remarks


 

Unity in Diversity Peace Garden Thomastown West Primary School, Melbourne, Australia

19 Sep - Read more

 


 

Unity in Diversity Peace Garden, Scarritt-Bennett Center, Nashville, TN, USA

19 Sep 2013 -  Read more

 


 

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Unity in Diversity Peace Garden, Nashville, TN
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Photo: The Hon. Harry Jenkins - Federal Member for Scullin, Parliament of Australia

Whittlesea Community Leadership Network Victoria Inc. (WCLN)

Launch Day

(Melbourne-Australia)

25 Feb - Read more
 

 

SECTOR: CULTURES, CIVILISATIONS & ETHNICITY:

 

Diasporas in Australia:
Launch of Australian Research Council Report

16 Aug - Read more

 

 
Tony Blair (Tony Blair Faith Foundation) partners with global education providers to break down barriers between religions
9 Jan - Read more
 

 
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Photo: Bill Clinton, (CGI) & Maya Shahani (SAGE)
 

 
 
 
LIGHT
Second Edition
Dr. Vasko M. Najdovski
Faith & Reason in Dialogue
An Introduction and Basic
 
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Welcome to Global Dialogue Foundation (GDF)

 

 

The Global Dialogue Foundation principal purpose is to:


  • Initiate and promote dialogue and collaboration for increased understanding among cultures and civilizations
  • Maintain the identity of original traditions; fostering their impact on the development of mainstream society
  • Strengthen the voice of the Asia Pacific Region in the debate on dialogue and understanding among peoples and cultures
  • Contribute significantly in supporting the work of the UN Alliance of Civilizations in the Region
 

"GLOBAL DIALOGUE INITIATIVE"
 
 

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
 
 
MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
ASIA PACIFIC
 
 
 
 
On behalf of Global Dialogue Foundation, we believe that;
  • Dialogue is and should be the way of developing this world towards a brighter future
  • Without dialogue, we cannot be understood and helped as we deserve at the right time and place
  • We will not know about the needs of others or express our own needs to others, therefore cannot solve issues timely, correctly and friendly, unfortunately leading to complications inter-connected with humankind and society. 
 
 
As ordinary citizens from beautiful planet Earth, we will try in an ordinary manner to articulate what we think is important for humankind in general, as well for our planet as a unique living entity in it's own way, and with appropriate friendly actions, try to help others with dialogue.
 
 
 
 

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CURRENT PROJECT
 
GLOBAL DIALOGUE FOUNDATION
UNITY IN DIVERSITY

IN COLLABORATION WITH

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

 
 "UNITY IN DIVERSITY - WORLD CIVIL SOCIETY"
 
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Unity in Diversity
Extraordinary & Unique Leadership
Post Conflict Macedonia -
Inclusive Society Model
21 Dec - Read more





INTERCULTURAL EVENT
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF:
     
 
UNITY IN DIVERSITY FORUM 
Bridging Cultures: Building Peace & Development
KERALA, INDIA
6-8 FEBRUARY 2011
 
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Inaugural Forum held in Melbourne 10th of Oct. 2010 Info:
"Unity in Diversity - 10.10.10"
Global Dialogue Forum 
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The increasing diversity of our societies - be it ethnic, linguistic, religious or cultural - is indeed generating anxiety among populations, driving communities apart and putting peace, development and democracy under mounting pressure.
  
New technology and new media are connecting people around the world in ways we could not imagine just a decade ago. The ongoing development of information and communication technologies is raising our awareness that we are all part of a global community. At the same time, they make it easier to learn about the social and economic disparities that are widening within and between countries.
 
People are often unprepared to cope with changes that are now occurring in an increasingly complex and interdependent world.The global development agenda cannot be achieved by only focusing on economic and social indicators or factoring in the impact of climate change.
 
The true potential for economic and social development cannot be achieved without the peaceful coexistence of cultures. Good governance, therefore, involves respecting diversity and finding ways to incorporate intercultural dialogue into the governmental policies and strategies that aim to play a role in achieving peace and development.
 


 
 
We believe that not only the Buddhist, but also the Atheist, the Muslim, the Orthodox, the Catholic, the Jew, the Protestant and the Hindu and so on aim to live a comfortable safe, peaceful life, to enjoy themselves and be happy with their families, relatives, their inheritance, and that they all feel love and sorrow, joy and grief equally. Even our anatomic structure is the same, although our outer appearance differs in details, which is a drop in the ocean in comparison to what unites us. 
 
Only with this kind of well balanced material and spiritual level society, and only along this kind of well balanced spiritual/material path, and with dialogue, humankind can finally start to build its own future with past negative experiences as the driving force for creating a better, brighter sustainable environment and a safer World as a masterpiece of all, as ordinary citizens from beautiful planet Earth.

 
If you would like to participate or submit a project for review, please write to the Board of Directors via email; info@globaldialoguefoundation.org 
 
 

 
 
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Dialogue Initiative Australia/Asia Pacific
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