Peace Symposiums are one of the flagship events of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community around the world. The aim of this event is to achieve the larger goal of attaining peace in society by bringing people from diverse walks of life together and providing them a forum to exchange ideas and experiences on its attainment in today’s pluralistic society worldwide.

The event not only brings diverse people together but fosters deep bonds of understanding and brotherhood among them.

Guests who attend this unique event include representatives of states, parliamentarians, diplomats, faith and civic leaders as well as representatives from numerous charities and faith communities. Various dignitaries deliver short speeches and enlighten the audience on the importance and ways to establish peace in the society.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, India holds this Symposium in different cities of the country. The event is organized annually in the national capital, Delhi. Similarly, our chapters in Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Jammu, Chennai and Calicut regularly hold this event in their respective cities.

India being a home to different philosophies, religions, cultures and schools of thought, the event becomes a centre of diverse knowledge where all these ideas and views are discussed. Peace Symposiums also demonstrate the true spirit of pluralism, which is a long-held quality of Indian society.

The symposium, which is a key event of the community, promotes a deeper understanding of Islam and other faiths and seeks to inspire a concerted effort for lasting peace. You may read more about this event here.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize

The Ahmadiyya Muslim community is dedicated to establish peace and to protect the basic human rights of all, wherever they may be in the world and is also keen to recognize efforts made by those who seek to advance the cause of peace.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize or the Ahmadiyya Prize for the Advancement of Peace is awarded annually at the National Peace Symposium UK in recognition of an individual’s or an organization’s contribution to the advancement of the cause of peace. For more information visit here.