changed in many ways since the National Forum for Cooperation of Religions
(CORE) was founded. Our country has become even more multicultural and
Finnish faith leaders and human rights actors are
deeply concerned about decisions of the Hungarian Parliament in relation to
asylum seekers. According to a joint statement, these decisions are...
of religious communities signed on 27 September, 2016, at the House of Estates
a common declaration promoting peace in society. The event was jointly organized
by the Ministry o...
The National Forum for Cooperation of
Religions in Finland (CORE)
brings together three religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its
purpose is to foster peace in the Finnish society i...
Thursday morning on 5th of March, Jews,
Christians and Muslims walked together, hand in hand, in the center of Helsinki
from a mosque to a church and then to a synagogue, where a joint statement...
Below is the reply of the Central Council
of Jewish Communities in Finland to the Ombudsman for Children’s initiative
concerning boys’ non-medical circumcision in Finland. This matter is of grea...
community in Estonia has acted in support of the protest by the local Jewish
community in connection with the provocative exhibition on the Holocaust that
opened in Tartu over the w...
freedom is a universal principle and every individual’s human right. It is a
right that is included in both the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(Art. 18) and in the Finnish C...
The Joint Declaration of the Cooperation Forum of Religions in Finland on
The United Nations
Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) at the 20 years Jubilee in 2009.
Forum for Cooperation of Religions in Finland (CORE)Uskontojen yhteistyö
Suomessa - USKOT-foorumi ry /
Religionernas samarbete i Finland - RESA-forumet rf
1. Name a...