Knowledge Centre

The PaRD Knowledge Centre is a collection of relevant resources on religion and sustainable development. It includes reports, policy papers, booklets, journals, e-books and compendia.

PaRD invites everyone to submit resources by writing an email with the subject “Publication for PaRD Knowledge Centre” to info@pard.international. Please include title, date of publication, teaser, author/editor, and attach the subsequent document.

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Climate-Responsible Finance – a Moral Imperative towards Children

The World Council of Churches (WCC), United Nations Environment Programme, Muslim Council of Elders, and NY Board of Rabbis have signed a landmark joint appeal, “Climate-Responsible Finance – A moral imperative and responsibility to all children and the living world“. 2022

Freedom of Religion or Belief for Everyone: Women in Focus (Arabic Version)

Arabic version of the publication ‘Freedom of Religion or Belief for Everyone: Women in Focus’. This booklet discusses why women are targeted differently than men and how women’s rights and freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) go hand in hand. © 2021 Stefanus Alliance International

Liberté de religion ou de conviction pour tous et toutes: Focus sur les femmes

French version of the publication ‘Freedom of Religion or Belief for Everyone: Women in Focus’. This booklet discusses why women are targeted differently than men and how women’s rights and freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) go hand in hand. © 2021 Stefanus Alliance International

iDove: 2nd Intercontinental Youth Forum 2018 Report

Second iDove Intercontinental Youth Forum Report taking place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in October 2018 © 2018 AUC CIDO & BMZ

iDove Pilot Project

This document provides a brief overview of the ‘Interfaith Dialogue on Violent Extremism (iDove)’ pilot project, which was launched in 2016 in cooperation with BMZ and the African Union Commission’s CIDO. © 2018 GIZ

Development and Faith: Where Mind, Heart, and Soul Work Together

The publication edited by Katherine Marshall and Marisa Van Saanen, examines the intersection of secular development and faith-based initiatives, highlighting the unique insights and roles of faith leaders in fostering social change and exploring partnerships aimed at achieving the Millennium Development Goals. © 2007 The World Bank