Strenghening opportunities for funding COVID-19 responses: A conversation between funding partners, implementing partners and analysts at the PaRD Virtual Annual Forum in September 2020.
Som-boon Chung-pram-pree, otherwise known as Moo, is the Executive Secretary for the International Network of Engaged Buddhists currently based in Thailand. In our PaRD Podcast he speaks about COVID-19 response in local communities.
In our PaRD Geneva Peace Week Podcast, Ms. Wah Wah Yu, Program Manager at the Spirit in Education Movement based in Yangon, Myanmar, speaks about the support religious actors can give to people in COVID-19 times.
The Research Programme on Religious Communities and Sustainable Development of Humboldt University Berlin has published preliminary findings of its survey on Religious Leaders’ Perspectives on Corona.
At PaRD’s General Assembly of Members (GAM) in September 2020, the Steering Group, Sub-Committees, Secretariat and work-stream co-leads reported to the PaRD members on activities and the plans for 2021.
For the first time, all of the four work-streams of the International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development (PaRD) have developed together a common podcast, discussing religious actors and COVID-19 at Geneva Peace Week 2020.
PaRD member KAICIID is co-organizing this year's G20 Interfaith Forum in Saudi Arabia. Due to the pandemic, the event from October 13 to 17 will be streamed virtually from Riyadh.
Humboldt University’s Research Programme on Religious Communities and Sustainable Development and PaRD WECARE Work-Stream host joint capacity building webinar.
The PaRD Gender Equality Work-Stream launched a new series of critical dialogues at the PaRD Annual Forum 2020. The focus for the series is on ‘Visioning a Just World Post-COVID19: Religion, Sustainable Development and Gender Justice’.
During the United Nations General Assembly, PaRD Members UNEP, World Vision and Global One co-host a webinar on "COVID-19 Child Sensitive, Inclusive and Greener Recovery Strategies to Build Back Better". Start: 24 September, 8.00 - 9.30 AM EST.