• Religious Freedom in the European Union

    Religious Freedom in the European Union

    Pasquale Annicchino explores how the new EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy should advance freedom of religion policy in Brussels.

  • Judaism in Argentina

    Judaism in Argentina

    Georgetown student Raquel Rosenbloom examines the history of Judaism in Argentina and her personal experience celebrating Rosh Hashanah in Buenos Aires in a new Junior Year Abroad Network blog.

  • Launching a New Series on Women and Religion

    Launching a New Series on Women and Religion

    A new online conversation, housed on the Berkley Forum, invites contributors from around the world to explore women’s religious participation and leadership as it relates to issues of family, sexuality, and development.

  • Military Chaplains in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Beyond

    Military Chaplains in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Beyond

    A new book edited by Eric Patterson explores how military chaplains have engaged local religious leaders in pursuit of peace and understanding and how they help military commanders reduce the likelihood of cultural gaffes.

  • The Islamic State Challenge

    The Islamic State Challenge

    Drew Christiansen, S.J. and Ra'fat Aldajani contend that Arab Muslims states need to resolve internal contradictions within each of the major coalition partners and develop a counter-narrative in order to defeat ISIS.

Upcoming Events

November 22, 2014

Secularism and Faith-inspired Development: Understanding Contestation and Collaboration

WFDD will launch the Speakers Forum on Religion and Development in Bangladesh on Saturday, the 22nd of November, 2014 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The forum is a joint initiative between WFDD, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and BRAC University’s Department of Economics and Social Sciences. The first in a series of six events, this inaugural session will expl...

December 3, 2014

The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope

Relying on extensive interviews in Argentina, Rome, and elsewhere, Vatican analyst Austen Ivereigh tells the story of the man who went from child of Italian immigrants to spiritual leader of more than a billion Catholics worldwide in his new book: The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope. The Boston Globe's Vatican expert John Allen calls the biography “masterful...

December 15, 2014

Muslim Minorities and Religious Freedom: A Public Dialogue

How has the persecution of Muslim minorities affected their well-being in Europe and North America, the overall health of Muslim-majority nations, and the growth of violent Islamist extremism? Are Muslim minorities developing theologies that can bolster religious freedom, stable democracy, and economic growth, as well as undermine violent Islamist extremism? Join us as we explore these que...

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