Despite being caught up in the fallout of the military coup, Myanmar’s religious actors are working together to protect human rights.
Making room for religious and local actors, including women, in climate-related planning, policymaking, and implementation brings valuable insight. This was highlighted by speakers at a CSW66 side event in 2022, which was co-organised by PaRD.
What started as an online document has evolved into a professional online platform: the Faith and COVID-19: Resource Repository. This collaborative project was supported by the International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD)…
Cooperation between Uganda’s religious networks and government grows as both focus on positive change for the people.
According to Faith for Earth Panel participants, PaRD connects people, religions, and governments for positive and agile environmental impact.
PaRD members create a resource with recommendations for faith-sensitive mental health and psychosocial support from a 2021 series.
At the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Faith for Earth Dialogue opening session on February 21, 2022, Head of Secretariat Khushwant Singh underscores how PaRD members are working to be drivers of equity and sustainability in cities.
Research shows that governments and multilateral organisations can be more efficient in meeting some of their development cooperation goals by working with religious organisations and communities.
The study of religion and development has it first academic journal, offering a resource for academics, decision makers and religious actors. Its interdisciplinary concept welcomes contributions from across the social sciences and humanities.
PaRD’s 2021 Annual Forum and General Assembly of Members provided first-hand accounts of issues affecting the Global South and explored how to “become more together” through dialogue, learning, and collaboration.