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Religions for Peace: A Multi-religious response to COVID-19

Religious communities around the world are working together to share best practices and offer support, comfort, and knowledge.

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This platform provides updated information, positive stories and news for upcoming webinars/online events to unite religious and spiritual believers across the globe in their response to COVID-19

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Did this resource motivate you to change your behaviors?

  • Yes

In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?

Religions for Peace is encouraging behavior change and advocacy where change is needed. More work will be added to this page as it occurs. 

Did you share this information with your network?

  • Yes

In what ways did you share this information?

Mass email, social media. etc.

Where are you getting information around COVID-19?

  • Local Government
  • National Government
  • News: Digital
  • Social Media
  • WHO (World Health Organization)
  • NGO or Non-profit Organization
  • Employer

What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?

Communities in countries where the government and health care systems are not promoting testing. There is not currently a contingency plan for these countries and this is a major concern because people do not think that they will be impacted. Religions for Peace is working to advocate for these populations, requesting the religious leaders and communities to use their influence to educate the population and drive behavior change for the safety of all.

What is your current profession?

Communications Officer at Religions for Peace

In what city are you located?

New York City, NY, USA

In what country are you located?

United States


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