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Religious Dimensions of Development: Lessons at the Country Level
This report summarizes and reflects on work that explored religious issues relevant for contemporary development challenges in several very different countries (Bangladesh, Kenya, Senegal, and Guatemala). All four countries ...
The Education and Social Justice Project: International Summer Research Fellowships 2016
This report reflects on the seventh year of the Education and Social Justice Project, which provided five Georgetown University students fellowships, allowing them to travel to Jordan, Kenya, Mexico, Rwanda, and Slovenia ...
The Mouride Sufi Order
Senegal has a distinctive form of Islam, as it has one of the highest—if not the highest—percentages of Sufis among the world’s Muslim-majority countries. Adherents of Sufi Islam belong to various orders or turuq (plural ...
Religious Freedom and the Common Good: A Symposium of the Religious Freedom Project
To mark our six-year partnership with the John Templeton Foundation, the Religious Freedom Project hosted this capstone conference to explore the wide-ranging political, economic, and social dimensions of religious freedom ...