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Faith-Inspired Organizations and Global Development Policy: A Background Review "Mapping" Social and Economic Development Work in Europe and Africa
Part of a global review of such work, this report focuses on Europe and Africa as it explores issues confronting organizations working on international development that are, in different ways and to varying degrees, inspired ...
Challenges of Change: Faith, Gender, and Development
This report addresses the relationship between faith, gender, and development in the world's poorer societies. It explores social changes that accompany development, taking religion as a lens and focusing on how women ...
Report of the Symposium on Evangelicals and Foreign Policy
This report documents a symposium that highlighted the opinions and concerns of leading representatives of evangelical associations and prominent policy experts. Their statements address crucial questions about the increased ...
Religion, Migration, and Foreign Policy
The report "Religion, Migration, and Foreign Policy" describes two forums sponsored by the Luce/SFS Program on Religion and International Affairs to explore the intersection of religion, migration, and foreign policy. The ...
Faith and Good Governance: Towards Strengthening Global Coalitions
This report outlines the role of faith-inspired organizations in seeking to improve governance around the world. The term “governance” has multiple meanings, ranging from the nature and operation of political systems, to ...
Religion in Israeli Society, Politics and Foreign Policy
This conference examined the health of the Israeli state as a self-styled Jewish democracy from a particular perspective, i.e., the subject of religion in Israeli society, politics, and foreign policy. Participants grappled ...