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Uganda: Religiously-Inspired Insurgency
This case study examines the different roles that faith has played in inspiring, exacerbating, and ameliorating the uprising of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) against the Ugandan government. The core text of the case ...
The Philippines: Religious Conflict Resolution on Mindanao
This case study explores the over 40-year conflict between Muslim separatists and the government of the Christian-majority Philippines on the country’s southern island of Mindanao, placing particular focus on the peacebuilding ...
South Africa: Religion and Democratic Transition
This case study reviews the religious groups and individuals involved in the creation, perpetuation, resistance to, and eventual transition away from the apartheid government of South Africa, which featured the rule of the ...
Ending Liberia’s Second Civil War: Religious Women as Peacemakers
This case study provides an overview of how a peace movement led by lay religious women inspired people across ethnic and religious lines and helped bring an end to the Second Liberian Civil War (1999-2003). The study ...