The Knowledge Centre Religion and Development provided knowledge concerning the relations between religion and development from 2010-2014.
• collecting and disseminating information and views (both practical and academic) regarding the role of religion

• stimulating reflection on the meaning of religion for international development

• developing and offering methodologies for the preparation, implementation and evaluation of policies with a greater focus on religion

• delivering a well-informed contribution to the public and political debate about the meaning of religion in the public domain.


Themes: – Economic crisis – Religion and development cooperation in fragile states – Religion and sexuality – Religion and humanitarian aid – Food, culture and religion – Beyond face value – Political debates/lectures


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