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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Programme | PaRD’s Annual Forum on Religion and Sustainable Development 2022

Programme of PaRD’s Annual Forum on Religion and Sustainable Development 2022 © 2022 PaRD

PaRD – Turning Potential into Partnership (print@home)

This flyer (print@home version) gives a brief introducation and overview of the International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development’s (PaRD). © 2022 PaRD

PaRD – Turning Potential into Partnership (online version)

This flyer (online version) gives a brief introducation and overview of the International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development’s (PaRD). © 2022 PaRD

Southern Africa Regional Forum on Religion & Covid-19

This report summarises key findings on the role of religious actors in the Covid-19 response in the Southern Africa region and its implications for working with religious actors towards sustainable development. © 2022 PaRD

Religious Freedom in the Qur’an & Hadith

This document provides a brief overview of the scriptures of Islam that support the right to religious freedom. © 2022 Muslims for Progressive Values

USAID COVID-19 Case Study Tanzania

Key lesson learnt from engagement of religious leaders to create demand for uptake of COVID-19 vaccine – a case study from Tanzania © 2020 USAID

USAID COVID-19 Case Study Uganda

A look at how US government support enabled dramatic gains in vaccination in Uganda. © USAID 2021

USAID COVID-19 Case Study Zambia

A look at how US government support nearly doubled the fully vaccinated rate in Zambia. © USAID 2021

SECAM and Justice and Peace Europe: Draw the right lessons from the pandemic now, save …

Joint statement of SECAM and Justice and Peace Europe in the context of the AU-EU Summit on 17th & 18th of February 2022. © 2022 SECAM

SECAM and Justice and Peace Europe: Overcoming the crisis of global health and integral …

Statement of SECAM and Justice and Peace Europe in the context of the AU-EU Summit on 17th & 18th of February 2022. © 2022 SECAM

UNEP & Faith for Earth: The Role of Faith, Values and Ethics in Strengthening Action for …

The report was shared during Skálholt III in October 2021 and covers developments in the faith-environment nexus to date and proposes a road map ahead to ensure that the value of engaging with faith actors is more broadly recognised. © 2021 UNEP

Faith-Sensitive Mental Health And Psychosocial Support To Foster Resilience in Children On …

This booklet is both a compilation and an expansion of the contributions and recommendations made during a three part online series, Fostering Resilience in Children on the Move, held from September to November 2021. © 2021 Arigatou International Geneva, KAICIID International Dialogue Centre and World Vision International, PaRD

Taking Steps Towards Disability Inclusive (Sexual and Reproductive) Health

In this report the See You Foundation shares key learnings from its multi-country initiative Every Life Matters (ELM). It promotes inclusion of people with disabilities in sexual and reproductive health and eye care in Ethiopia, Rwanda and Mozambique. © 2022 See You Foundation

A time like no other – COVID-19 in Women’s Voices

This E-book embodies the vision of The Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians described by Phiri as it contains stories, poems, artwork, songs and theological reflections by women of all ages ranging from 12 years to over 60– South Africa. © 2021 The Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians – South Africa

Religion and Development Journal

This Journal includes three central themes: the move towards sustainable develoment as the present dominant paradigm; the reinvigoration of the post-development debate; and the emerging academic, policy and practice field of religion and development. © 2021 International Network on Religious Communities and Sustainable Development

Religious Communities as Actors for Ecological Sustainability in Southern Africa and …

Report from the joint online-seminar with of PaRD work-stream WECARE and the PaRD member Research Programme on Religious Communities and Sustainable Development, Humboldt University. © 2021 PaRD