Conference | Religion and Development – Faith-based Organisations and International Cooperation – Geneva

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This conference, organized by the e-journal International Development Policy, presents and builds upon the journal’s special issue entitled ‘Religion and Development’ (http://poldev.revues.org/937). Scholars discuss the religion-development nexus with policymakers and practitioners, examining the tensions and synergies between secular and faith-based organisations. Speakers: • Moncef Kartas, Guest-Editor, Religion and Development • Philip Fountain, Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore • Jeff Haynes, Director of the Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation, London Metropolitan University • Anne-Marie Holenstein, Former Coordinator of the SDC project on Religion and Development Moderator: • Gilles Carbonnier, Professor at the Graduate Institute, Geneva; Editor-in-Chief, International Development Policy

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Programme

Welcome and Introduction

  • Gilles Carbonnier (Editor-in-Chief, International Development Policy)

Panel Discussion

  • The Religion-Development Nexus
    Moncef Kartas (Guest-Editor, Religion and Development)
  • How ‘Secular’ Aid Organisations engage with Religious Realities
    Philip Fountain (Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore)
  • Religion, Politics and International Cooperation
    Jeff Haynes (Director of the Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation, London Metropolitan University)

Reaction from

  • Anne-Marie Holenstein (Former Coordinator of the SDC project on Religion and Development)

Followed by Debate and Discussion with the Audience

 

 


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