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    • Nigeria: Rivalries Split Along Ethno-Religious Lines 

      Unknown creator (2013-09-03)
      This case study explores the recurring violence in Nigeria between ethnic and religious partisans of the Muslim-majority North and Christian-majority South, particularly as witnessed in Plateau State, centrally located ...
    • Iraq: Buttressing Peace with the Iraqi Inter-Religious Congress 

      Unknown creator (2013-08-30)
      This case study shines a light on the sectarian violence that overtook Iraq after the 2003 US-led invasion that overthrew Saddam Hussein, and how religious leaders gradually gained recognition as resources for the promotion ...
    • Mozambique: Religious Peacebuilders Broker End to Civil War 

      Unknown creator (2013-08-01)
      This case study investigates an intriguing instance of religion being used to settle a nonreligious conflict, in which the Catholic lay Community of Sant’Egidio brokered an end to the civil war in Mozambique (1975-1990). ...
    • Sudan: Race and Religion in Civil War 

      Unknown creator (2013-08-27)
      This case study explores the background and bases for Sudan’s two civil wars (1955-1972 and 1983-2005), which pitted the powerful Muslim Arabs in the North against the Christian and indigenous Black Africans of the South. ...
    • Colombia: Religious Actors Inspiring Reconciliation 

      Unknown creator (2013-09-15)
      This case study explores the complex ways that religious forces have both legitimized and sought to resolve the decades-long conflict in Colombia between the government and various guerrilla and paramilitary organizations, ...