Religion & Sustainable Development: Building Partnerships To End Extreme Poverty

July 7- 9, 2015

The Berkley Center and the World Faiths Development Dialogue participated in a conference on religion and sustainable development at the World Bank. Centered around partnerships to end global poverty, the goal was the connect international development policymakers to knowledge, experience, research, methods, and expert relationships to support more effective partnerships with religious and faith-inspired groups.

Katherine Marshall moderated the "Religion & Politics: Development Implications" panel on July 9. Panelists's biographies and approved comments are provided below.

This event was cohosted by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, GHR Foundation, United Kingdom Department for International Development, United States Agency for International Development, and the World Bank Group, in collaboration with the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities, and others.

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