Embrace Foundation monitors the news media for objective coverage of stories dealing with conflict between people of
different cultures and religions. In 1987 Embrace began teaching individuals in non Western nations methods for working
with local and international media.
Embrace advocates human rights issues when they deal with confrontation between people of different cultures or
religions. Embrace does not get involved with political human rights cases. The Bahai' community has credited Embrace
with appealing to the Iranian government which helped stop the murder of 9 Bahai members during Khomeini's reign. We
also took on the cause of many other groups, including the; Tibetans and Bosnians.
Embrace organizes and hosts special events for religious leaders and scholars: such as the "International Press
Conference For Religious Peace" held at the UN Chapel, the "Women In Religion Tea" held in at La Belle Epoque, the
"Religion, Spiritual Organizations & Ethics" High Tea held at the Waldorf=Astoria.
By far our most critical work lies in networking religious leaders and scholars of all faiths and cultural traditions around the
world with one another. It also refers their names and addresses for international conferences, schools and organizations
seeking speakers for specific topics.
found in religious and spiritual shrines and pilgrimage places around the world, but a means of keeping a record (a
Registry) of such sites world wide. We hope it serves as a reminder, to those who wish to launch more wars, the
irreparable damage and permanent loss that such endeavors will likely cause. All photos on this site can be freely
gallery are of precious natural settings, ruins and archeological sites. It is our hope that these sites around the world will be
preserved and protected from war, ecological degradation and the greed of developers. If not, these photos and
photographs like ours will be the only remembrance the world will have of these jewels. The limited edition photographs
require a donation which helps fund our work.
about sacred practices within many spiritual traditions. These practices range from yoga to recommended books. Because
we believe the natural urge for self-improvement and learning is part of spirituality, we have most recently written two
articles on walking book tours in India and in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In our minds learning itself is a sacred practice.
Embrace Foundation is a non-profit,
educational foundation set up to create
better understanding between people of
different religions, cultures, traditions and
Embrace Foundation works to bring leaders
and scholars of world-wide religions,
cultures and philosophies together by
sponsoring forums, seminars, lectures and
developing an international exchange
program. Embrace Foundation is particularly
concerned with reaching the world public
through the media.
Embrace Foundation is an all volunteer
organization. All donations go directly to
Embrace Foundation does not and has
never given permission to any outside
organization to solicit or receive
contributions on our behalf.
All donations should be made to Embrace
Foundation only via Paypal or by mail. All
donations are tax deductible. A receipt will
be emailed to you. Please click on the Pay
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