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That this House celebrates the signing of the Declaration for Humanity by senior religious figures and scholars in Parliament Hall in St Andrews on 23 September 2016; notes the declaration, written by St Andrews Professor of Divinity Mario Aguilar, incorporates the teachings of different faiths and embraces the basic principles of humanity, equality, diversity and freedom; further notes the declaration marks the culmination of the Year of Interfaith Dialogue initiative set up by Professor Aguilar to stimulate conversation about the commonalities between the different faiths of the world; is delighted that the declaration will be signed by the representative of Pope Francis, members of various other Christian Churches, Hindu community members from the UK and India, ambassadors of Muslim nations, leaders of the UK Jewish community and the representative of the Dalai Lama; and encourages schools, community organisations and faith groups around the world to use the declaration to form discussion and foster the idea of a common humanity as a tool against radicalisation.
Total number of signatures: 18
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