Tapestory weaves Inter-Community (ICo) Cohesion
  1. by encouraging UNDERSTANDING
    between individuals and communities of diverse faith, cultural, knowledge, identity, ancestral, age, and professional backgrounds so they can value each other
  2. by encouraging COLLABORATION
    between individuals and communities of diverse faith, cultural, knowledge, identity, ancestral, age, and professional backgrounds so they can work with each other
  3. by encouraging TRANSFORMATION
    of human, real-world, and individual suffering into wellbeing through collaborative alliances, ICo Cohesion projects, and community strengthening initiatives
  4. to promote diversity
    of cultures, knowledge, practice, and conceptual frameworks so that we can both thrive rooted in our own identities and can also mutually benefit from each other's unique skills and innovativeness
  5. to strengthen society
    so that individuals and communities of diverse backgrounds can live together peacefully and safely and help each other prosper and be healthy
  6. to increase wellbeing
    through the sharing of a rich repository of transformative tools and approaches between individuals and communities of diverse backgrounds
  7. through comm-UNITY
    our blog that is a community resource for rarely heard voices and open to contributions from diverse individuals wanting to share their Stories of Adversity & Resilience and their perspectives on what is disintegrating and what is weaving together our richly diverse Tapestory of communities
  8. through ICoCohesion events
    that bring together diverse individuals from across backgrounds to explore differences and reach common ground so we can that in collaboration we can strengthen and transform our society
  9. through ICoTA
    the Inter-Community Transformative Alliance that builds on the essential commonalities discovered through the Tapestory Inter-Faith-Knowledge-Practice project and promotes sustainable progress
For more detailed information about the Tapestory Initiative
visit www.symbilution.org