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RELATED RESOURCES: RELIGION AND PEACE

Mosaic Fall 2003
Publication
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
克罗克国际和平研究所

Organization
Religions for Peace
Organization
Life & Peace Institute
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Religionandglobaldevelopment

December 14, 2011

Ending Poverty: Practical Steps for Those Inspired by Their Faith

This webinar addressed spiritual and practical imperatives that emerge from the intersections of religion and development. As the culmination of the Millennium Development Goal challenge set in the year 2000 approaches, we must reflect on the successes, flops, and challenges that remain to achieve greater equity in our communities and around the world. Sol Katz, Trustee of the Parliament of Religions, moderated the hour-long session, one of a series of Parliament webinars.

View the Parliament of Religions Webinar: Ending Poverty: Practical Steps for Those Inspired by Their Faith here

Participants

Margaret Jenkins

Margaret Jenkins has a PhD in political science from the University of Toronto (2010) and was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University from 2004-05. She has also worked at the UN Development Fund for Women and the Canadian International Development...
Zilka Spahic-Siljak

Zilka Spahic-Siljak

Zilka Spahic-Siljak was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she lives and works as a deputy director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies of the University of Sarajevo and teaches Gender and Religious studies. She is a...