• The Future of the Good Friday Agreement

    The Future of the Good Friday Agreement

    This week contributors to the Berkley Forum consider the role of religious leaders in maintaining stability in Northern Ireland and the way Brexit has complicated the region's future.

    related event | A Generation of Peace: Northern Ireland, Then and Now

  • A Compass for Saving the World

    A Compass for Saving the World

    Writing for the Interfaith Observer, Berkley Center Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall describes how Hans Kung's Global Ethic and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals can provide common values and a practical to-do list for moving forward in today's turbulent world.

  • It’s Bodies Against Bullets at the Gaza Border

    It’s Bodies Against Bullets at the Gaza Border

    Fr. Drew Christiansen, S.J., writes in America online about protests in Gaza and argues that only when people on both sides recognize the humanity of the other will they enjoy life and peace together.

  • Religious Freedom Ph.D. Fellowships Available

    Religious Freedom Ph.D. Fellowships Available

    The Religious Freedom Research Project is offering summer paid dissertation fellowships for Ph.D. students exploring the sources, development, and impact of religious freedom. Applications are due May 4, 2018.

  • Weeping for Jerusalem

    Weeping for Jerusalem

    Included in a new edited volume, this theological meditation by Senior Research Fellow Fr. Drew Christiansen, S.J., describes how the city of Jerusalem is a microcosm of the struggle of God’s people to live their faith in a hostile world.

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