Audrey E. Kitagawa, J.D.
Founder & President
The International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation is a platform for international scholars, religious/faith leaders, activists, and humanitarians who are ushering in a purposeful and hopeful vision for humanity, founded on the highest ethical and culturally-informed perspectives.
Diverse viewpoints, education, and cross-cultural understanding illuminate this vision of a peaceful, inclusive path of justice, security, and well-being that brings into fruition our highest potential.
The beauty of our diversity in the many expressions of our respective cultures presents cooperative points of engagement to learn, grow, and support each other through complex global challenges.
An International Coalition for Peace and Well-Being
The International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation envisions a world where peace and well-being replace conflict and discord. In an effort to guide society closer to these ideals, the Academy will bring together an international coalition of thought leaders, scholars, and activists—to create pathways to a better future.
Grounded within the enduring cultural and faith traditions from around the globe, we will translate these actions into cooperative engagements that will inspire advocacy and meaningful transformations that will create positive outcomes.
Our guiding values are consistently centered around love and compassion for all.
- Honoring the sacredness of life, ever guided by Love
- Promoting harmony and understanding amongst peoples from diverse cultural and spiritual traditions
- Engaging in collaborative initiatives that create positive transformations for a more peaceful world
- Approaching all that we do with the highest ethical standards
- Speaking the truth and communicating in open, respectful ways
What We Do
Cooperative engagement across diverse cultural and faith backgrounds
The International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation brings together influential scholars, religious/faith leaders, activists, and humanitarians who share the belief that cooperative engagement across diverse cultural and faith backgrounds will create pathways to new solutions for today’s greatest challenges.
Our International Advisory Council has identified several priorities for global peace and well-being—points of engagement to encourage inquiry, and inspire advocacy and action.