The Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Tony Blair founded The Tony Blair Faith Foundation in 2008. Blair resigned as Prime Minster of England in 2007 but he is still active in world politics, especially in the current situation in the Middle East where he is active towards a peaceful solution. The object of The Tony Blair Faith Foundation is to work toward increased respect and understanding between the various religions of the world, where faith and religion will contribute towards a more peaceful world. 

The Tony Blair Faith Foundation shall also fight poverty and sickness in underdeveloped countries, the primary concern being the fight against malaria.

The ambition of The Tony Blair Faith Foundation is entirely in line with Castro’s own vision where better communication between religious groups can promote understanding and tolerance towards each other. Furthermore, the Tony Blair Foundation shares Castro’s perspective on Africa. The Foundation also collaborates with The Coexist Foundation and the Abraham House project which Castro, through the Prince of Thieves Foundation, is currently considering to lend his support.

”The goal of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation is to promote respect and understanding between the major religions, to make the case for religions as a force for good and to show this in action by encouraging inter-faith initiatives to tackle global poverty and conflict. By doing so, the Foundation aims to show the relevance of faith to the challenges of the 21th Century and its ability to bring people together.”

Tony Blair

More information about The Tony Blair Foundation project proposal is to be found here (pdf).