World Faiths Development Dialogue

World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD) is a non-governmental organization housed at the center that works to build bridges between the worlds of faith and secular development. Established by the initiative of James Wolfensohn, then president of the World Bank, and Lord Carey of Clifton, then archbishop of Canterbury, WFDD responds to the opportunities and concerns of many faith leaders who believe there is untapped potential for partnerships to solve key development challenges. The organization supports dialogue, fosters communities of practice, and promotes understanding on religion and development, in interaction with the World Bank and other secular and faith-inspired institutions. Berkley Center Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall is also the executive director of WFDD.

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World Faiths Development Dialogue