Document Type

Conference Paper


We live in a global village that brings people of diverse cultural and religious backgrounds into contact. Indeed, plurality is our world context and is the context within many countries. In this paper, we shall focus on the phenomenon of our religious plurality: the challenge this reality presents, particularly to the Asia-Pacific region, and a vital response that we can make, particularly through education.

Publication Date



This CPE paper is one of the contributions to the Philippine delegation's final paper at the Dialogue on Regional Interfaith Cooperation for Peace and Human Dignity, held in Cebu, 14-16 March 2006.

Original Citation

Castro, Loreta N.; “The Role of Education in Promoting Interfaith Cooperation”; Center for Peace Education, Miriam College, Manila, Philippines; December 2004

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Center for Peace Education, Miriam College

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