“Here in Kaduna, GFP implemented Advocacy and Dialogue For Peace, the success of which made way for the newly launched Arts and Advocacy For Peace Programme. Addressing ethnic and religious differences, the programmes bring those of differing backgrounds, such as Muslims and Christians, together in a safe space to learn about one another and build peace in the process. Through these programmes, the message of World Religion Day – of finding unity and peace through understanding – is one which I have received and learned to pass on not just on this holiday, but on a daily basis. And I am not alone.”

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