New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation plans and hosts the 3rd Annual International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication in Jos, Nigeria during October 27-29, 2011. We are a Jos-Nigeria based International non-religious, non-political, non-ethnic, non-profit, humanitarian and educational support organization committed to promoting the resurgence of human values in all aspects of life across the globe.
Our values include (1) a sense of belonging to a common humanity, (2) respect and consideration for all people, (3) compassion and non-violence, (4) a commitment to preserving the natural environment, and (4) a social service ethic.
Our Global Partners and Supporters for the 3rd Annual International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication are listed below.
The Voices of Angels Foundation: Founded by John and Shannon Frediani, The Voices of Angels Foundation is a US-based 501c3 non profit dedicated to awakening the heart through Arts, Practices of Peace, Education and Community. The Foundation honors diversity, while working to create parity in our world and provide access to academic resources in addition to bridging arts, peace building, purpose, leadership and service. In addition to holding public events, the Foundation does outreach work focused on creating opportunities for education and self development for the under-served.
Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group:Founded by Len & Libby Traubman, the Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group, is a 17-year old San Francisco, USA-based model of sustained relationship building among Muslims, Jews and Christians, which provides guidelines, printed materials, films and personal assistance to diverse youth and adults who wish to engage to transcend old conflicts and invigorate the public peace process around the Earth for the good of all.
The Dalai Lama Foundation, established in 2002, is an international non-profit, charitable organization, with a growing network of independent National Committees that includes Canada, Japan, Russia and Nigeria, and committed to supporting the development of our shared global capacity for ethics and peace, based on a non-dogmatic ethic of compassion.