PaRD meeting in Berlin: The role of religious actors in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda can’t be ignored by politicians.
PaRD members co-organise virtual series on faith-sensitive mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) to ensure children's well-being during the pandemic and beyond.
PaRD Health work-stream calls for expression of interest for Regional Forums in Southern and Eastern Africa as well as Southern Asia.
New report calls for strategic partnerships with religious actors working for gender equality.
With its new members HIAS Europe, United Sikhs, CASA India, IDEA Africa and IGHD, PaRD marks an important step towards diversification and outreach to the Global South.
The PaRD Gender Equality and Empowerment work-stream invites to a Pre-Event to Generation Equality Forum and the High Level Political Forum on 28th June, launching a new report co-published by PaRD members.
The International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD) has a new Head of Secretariat. With a wealth of experience and expertise in international cooperation and interreligious and multifaith dialogue, Khushwant Singh has been…
COVID-19 has truly illustrated the diversity and contextualized nature of faith responses, Kirsten Muth, CEO of the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities, says. She is seeing the need for more robust mechanisms for faith engagement…
Women are not only beneficiaries of the achievement of SDG 5 on Gender Equality and Empowerment. They also need to actively contribute to its continuous implementation. This is one of the key insights of the PaRD CSW65 Side Event on Wednesday.
Grammy winning songwriter Ani Zonneveld sees people’s great desire for music during the pandemic, because it’s heart-opening and -healing. With her spiritual songs, the Muslim American singer already tried to heal the wounds after 9/11. The attacks…