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Posted: 10.05.2015
Updated on: 30.07.2015

Interfaith Peace Treaty



We look forward to having your support In this visionary yet practical idea for declaring a ceasefire and an end to all religious and ideological wars currently raging on planet earth. We hope to organise a special Interfaith Peace Treaty Signing ceremony involving global religious and philosophical dignitaries in Jerusalem once enough people have signed, with other signing ceremonies on other continents.

The Treaty has been opened for signature on April 22 2015. To add your name to this list please send an email to either or iipsgp@gmail and a covering note, explaining about your own vision for peace and why you support the Interfaith Peace Treaty.

So far the following have signed:

  • Dr Thomas Clough Daffern PhD - philosopher, historian, poet, teacher, archdruid and author of the Interfaith Peace Treaty
  • International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy
  • Swami S.A.R.P.V.Chaturvedi - Hindu Swami and philosopher
  • Sri Ramanuja Memorial Trust
  • Multifaith and Multicultural Mediation Service
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the Middle East
  • Commonwealth Interfaith Network
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission for Britain and Ireland
  • Order of Peace Poets, Bards and Druids
  • International Philosophers for Peace and the Prevention of Nuclear Omnicide
  • Centre for Peace Policy Research
  • Global Green University
  • Golden Gate Project
  • Professor Alexander Chumakov - Russian Philosopher and academic teaching global studies
  • Russian Philosophical Society
  • David Allan - South African and UK peace networker, artist and musician
  • International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy - South Africa
  • Almira Rzehak - Bosnian-American philosopher and peace thinker
  • International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy - USA
  • Nicola Hague - Media Director, International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy
  • Nicolò Aurisano - Italian environmental engineer and student
  • Corky Quakenbush - Aikido Master, philosopher and film maker, Los Angeles
  • Caitlin Mathews - Druidess, shaman, healer, author, teacher, philosopher, Oxford, UK
  • Jai Shankar - Bard of Malvern, Worcestershire, UK and Istanbul, Turkey
  • Toro Garland Marcella - artist, designer, educator,  British Columbia, Canada
  • Robyne Maria Macmillan - Druid elder of the Druid Order of Herne, Wiltshire, UK 
  • Afha Negus, - Director, Indigenous People’s Organisation of South Africa 
  • Francesca Dell’Ova - Italian coordinator,  International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy
  • Rev. Dr. Lynne Sedgmore PhD  C.B.E.  – educator, interfaith minister, philosopher, leadership strategist, academic, Glastonbury, U.K.
  • Muzzammil Cadir - Islamic educator, interfaith worker and peace thinker, Sri Lankan Coordinator for  International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy
  • Kevan Manwaring - Bard, storyteller, author and Bard of Hawkwood, founder of the Circle of Bardic Chairs, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK
  • Bharti Jain - Jain educator, trainer and consultant in women and youth empowerment, peace thinker and practitioner, founder of Udaan Bharti Sky Foundation, Rajasthan, India
  • Ajay Singh - philosopher, educator, peace thinker and author of Agilia: Mother of All Sins, India
  • Gila Haron - academic, educator, meditator, spiritual light worker, Kabbalist practioner of Judaism, Coordinator of  International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy in Israel
  • Leonard Saul Blumenthal,  B.A. in International Relations from San Francisco State University  graduate student in Water Conflict Management and Transformation at Oregon State University, and a seeker of Self transformation through the occult sciences 
  • Rev. Dr.  Marcus Braybrooke, President of the World Congress of Faiths, Executive director of the Council of Christians and Jews from 1984 to 1988;  co-founder of the Three Faiths Forum and Patron of the International Interfaith Centre, Oxford, author of Pilgrimage of Hope: One Hundred Years of Global Interfaith Dialogue (1992), Anglican Priest - Oxford, UK


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