Cooperation Circles in Egypt

URI MENA Cooperation Circles (CCs) welcome and honor diversity. Each group has a minimum of seven members and includes people from at least three different religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions. Individuals, associations and organizations can join a Cooperation Circle. The CCs are the heart of URI MENA’s work and are created by people who share a common vision: that our religious and spiritual lives, rather than divide us, can guide us to build community and respect for one another. 

They promote peaceful co-existence among followers of different religions and work on preventing violence.
They promote a better understanding of religious freedom and create a culture of peace among all religions.
Sustainable Development Circle is working with youth to encourage dialogue and support peace.
Tolerance is using media to promote a world where one is not judged by the color of the skin, or beliefs, or wealth, or where one is from.
Giving without Borders is spreading love and peace to society, family, and friends regardless of religion, background, education or color.
SCDA is collaborating across lines of nationality, religion or race to improve community conditions.
The association aims at providing legal support and aid for women in addition to enabling them economically, socially and politically.
They provide youth with well-organized programs and rich cross-cultural experiences to benefit their own community.
ICWA aims to raise the health, educational, social and economic levels of communities in partnership with local initiatives and institutions.
They work in the field of intercultural and interreligious dialogue and promote peace in the Euro-Mediterranean region.