Nevadans for the Common Good is a broad-based coalition of institutions in the Las Vegas area with three basic goals: to build relationships across our community based on trust and a willingness to listen to each other; to equip our members and leadership with skills and practices to get results; to achieve change on concrete issues, as part of our common call to justice.
NAIN is an organization whose mission is to build communication and mutual understanding among interfaith organizations and diverse religious groups throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. NAIN hosts an annual conference, known as Connect, where member organizations meet to share best practices and learn from one another.
URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities and the world. They implement their mission through local and global initiatives that build the capacity of their more than 600 member groups and organizations.
The Interfaith Observer (TIO)
The Interfaith Observer is a free monthly electronic journal created to explore interreligious relations and the interfaith movement as a whole. It provides historical perspectives, surveys current interfaith news, profiles major stakeholders, and otherwise provides maps and sign-posts for the different sectors of an emerging interfaith culture.
The Charter for Compassion is a document which urges the peoples and religions of the world to embrace the core value of compassion. On February 28, 2008, Karen Armstrong won the TED Prize and made a wish: for help creating, launching and propagating a Charter for Compassion. On November 12, 2009, the Charter was unveiled to the world. The charter is currently available in thirty languages.