International Day For Tolerance

On November 16, the Union Century 21st organized a meeting of the Interreligious Council to celebrate the International Day for Tolerance, The meeting was held at the residence of the Patriarchate. The meeting focused on the role of religious communities in promoting tolerance, peace and mutual respect. At the meeting, Mr. Paata Gachechiladze, Chairman of the board...

“Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy”

Mr. Paata Gachechiladze, Chairman of the board of the Union “21st Century” took part in the conference “Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy” which was held in Warsaw on 2-4 October. The aim of this year’s edition “Freedom of religion or belief as a pillar of democracy”, is to highlight the links between the freedom of...

“Religions against Drug Addiction”

On October 31, at the session of the Interreligious Working Group (Council) it was decided that religious organizations would implement joint project “Religions against Drug Addiction”. As of today, we prepared a project that considers organizing Conference with the participation of representatives from Council member organizations; Meetings with persons convicted in drug related crimes;...

Conference «Religion and Media ».

On April 8, Religion and Media conference was held at the Georgian University. This activity aimed to enhance communication between religious organizations and media, determine issues that are of common interest and stimulating dialogue. The decision was made to continue meetings for discussing such issues as ‘Religion and Freedom of expression’, ‘Religion and media...

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The questions concerning with the properties of different religious unions were repeatedly reviewed at the meetings of Interreligious Council. In February of 2014, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia began to study the problem of synagogues based on the address of the Union Century 21. Before that time, the Jewish Community...

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