The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University, created within the Office of the President in 2006, is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics, and public life. Through research, teaching, and service, the Center explores global challenges of democracy and human rights; economic and social development; international diplomacy; and interreligious understanding. Two premises guide the Center’s work: that a deep examination of faith and values is critical to address these challenges, and that the open engagement of religious and cultural traditions with one another can promote peace.

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Faith and Development in Focus: Kenya
Published: 2017
Religious Dimensions of Development: Lessons at the Country Level
Published: 2017
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Published: 2016 Author: Katherine Marshall
Ending Liberia’s Second Civil War: Religious Women as Peacemakers
Published: 2016 Author: George Kieh
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