RIYADH: More than 500 world leaders and representatives of different religions and global policy institutions will take part in the G20 Interfaith Forum to be streamed virtually from Riyadh on Oct. 13 to 17.
The forum will address the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, climate change, disaster risk reduction, hate speech, and racism.
Representatives from the UN, the International Dialogue Centre (KAICIID), the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Muslim World League and the European Commission will also attend the event.
The forum seeks global solutions by collaborating with religious thought leaders and political representatives. It calls on the world’s political leaders to include religious actors in the policymaking process to promote shared values of solidarity, coexistence and respect.
The five-day event is open to the public and will be streamed live at www.G20Interfaith.live.