IBJ strongly believes in the power that religious communities and religious leaders can have in demanding access to justice for all. The interfaith movement is a powerful way to engage the moral, spiritual and social nature of religious communities and to inclusively engage them in protecting individuals from torture, and ensuring their legal rights are protected.


IBJ has over a decade of experience gathering together interfaith faith leaders to speak in unified support of access to justice. IBJ have held over 10 interfaith vigils at The World Economic Forum Annual Meetings at Davos and have also held vigils on the International Day Against Torture, both virtually and physically around the world, including at the World Council of Churches in Geneva.

  • Over 10 interfaith peace vigils at The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, Davos
  • Interfaith Peace Vigils held across four continents on the International Day Against Torture

Systems Change

Strategic partnerships have been created with religious leaders and institutions based in Geneva and globally.

Read about the Davos Peace Vigil 2015

Watch a video of the Davos Peace Vigil here

Watch the lighting of the candles at a peace vigil in Geneva

What We Need

There are many ways to get involved, to help make a long term difference. Please get in touch. Become an IBJ supporter
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