At the International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation, we develop alternative methods of preventing, resolving, and educating people about inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflicts in countries around the world. Working with the State of New York residents and diaspora associations, national governments, judiciary, schools, community leaders, religious groups, peace advocates, media, local, regional and international organizations, etc., we foster the culture of peace among ethnic and religious groups through research, education and training, expert consultation, dialogue and mediation, and rapidly implementable projects.
We are committed to creating a new world characterized by peace, irrespective of cultural, ethnic and religious differences. We strongly believe that the use of mediation in preventing and resolving ethnic and religious conflicts in countries around the world is the key to creating sustainable peace. For more information about the International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation and its programs and services, please visit our website: http://www.icermediation.org.
To solidify ICERM's foundation, we need vibrant and motivated men and women who will join us in setting up the structure of the organization.