The Annual International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication has been held annually since 2009, in the City of Jos, the Plateau State Capital and Nigeria’s “Home of Peace and Tourism”. The Inaugural International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication was held in October 2009 at the National Library of Nigeria, beside the Plateau State Polytechnic, Jos, with over 250 participants. This was then followed by the 2nd Annual International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication in October 2010 at the Leadership Institute, Tudun Wada GRA, Jos, with tremendous support and facilitation from the Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group. The 3rd Annual International Conference on Youth and Interfaith Communication was held in October 2011 at the Rockfield Motel, Rayfield, Jos, in collaboration with the California USA-based The Voices of Angels Foundation, United Religions Initiative, Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative (IPI) and Global Educators for All Initiative. At the 3rd Annual Conference, the 120 participants made a very passionate Appeal to End Religiously-motivated Violence in Nigeria
Youth — with international adult mentors — successfully engage face to face applying new tools of communication and creativity to then take back home to their schools, communities, and nations. Challenging, practical workshops provide the "how-to" for citizens to create and sustain our collective social existence beginning with youth and faith that works in real life.
Inspiring the Creative Unfolding of a New Community through Holistic Education