Two articles providing insights on the nexus of religion and development were published in the December 2016 issue.
The UNSSC course taking place from 15-17 November 2016 aimed at enhancing religious literacy and engagement skills among participants, with a particular focus on human rights and gender dimensions.
The report highlights important achievements of the UN Task Force and its members working on the intersections of religion and sustainable development.
The new book illustrates that religion can be part of the solution to the global challenges we face today. It brings together more than 25 inspiring followers, theologians, practioners and academics from nine religions and one indigenous tradition on...
Funded under USAID’s Global Development Alliance, the Central African Republic Interfaith Peacebuilding Partnership (CIPP) supports a range of critical peacebuilding initiatives in the Central African Republic.
In the challenging global political landscape of today, closer collaboration between Faith and Development actors is of crucial importance.
The role of religion in shaping an effective global response to HIV and AIDS in a post-2015 framework was prominently featured at the AIDS 2016 conference in Durban, South Africa.
PaRD members are convening a number of events during the upcoming UN General Assembly.
PaRD's first publication highlights the role of religion in humanitarian assistance on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul.
The conference focused on religion and development and highlighted the significance of religious actors for the 2030 Agenda.