Based The Common Word
Initiative, World Interfaith Harmony Week was first proposed
UN General Assembly on September 23, 2010 by H.M. King Abdullah II
Just under a month later, on October 20, 2010, it was unanimously
World Interfaith Harmony Week seeks to bring together all people of
good will, regardless of faith,
to learn about each other and find ways to work together on common
Toronto Celebrates It
We wish to thank His
Majesty King Abdullah II and The World Interfaith Harmony Week
for selecting Toronto's Steering Committee as the recipients of
the 2015 Bronze Award.
Our special thanks go to Toronto's Interfaith Community for helping
us make it happen
and the City of Toronto for their support.
We are committed to creating a world characterized by peace,
social justice and a sustainable environment by cooperating with
efforts around the world to bring about interfaith cooperation and
To create and widen awareness of World Interfaith
Harmony Week within the GTA,
and to help plan, conceptualize,
facilitate and co ordinate its events.
We respect all faiths
and beliefs and peoples of goodwill, and believe there is great
value in knowing each other and working together.