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Best Practices for Justice and Peacemaking: The Role of Religion in Community Building

Open dialogue across cultural and religious lines is becoming increasingly more challenging. The role of religion has emerged as a powerful force for combating discriminatory rhetoric and building strong communities across socioeconomic and cultural differences. This year, the Doyle Undergraduate Fellows are investigating new ideas and strategies at the local and national level to build bridges through interreligious and intercultural dialogue.

As they begin the fellowship, the fellows reflect on examples of faith-inspired social justice or peacemaking work they have been involved in, or that they have found particularly powerful and useful in their community-building work.

Responses
Closed Borders, Closed Minds, and Closed Hearts

Closed Borders, Closed Minds, and Closed Hearts
Casey Hammond
October 30, 2017

Faith and Campus Activism

Faith and Campus Activism
Deirdre Jonese Austin
October 30, 2017

In the Name of Interfaith

In the Name of Interfaith
Eliane Lakam
October 30, 2017

Interfaith Understanding in Indonesia

Interfaith Understanding in Indonesia
May Teng
October 30, 2017

Reflecting on Faith-Based Peacemaking

Reflecting on Faith-Based Peacemaking
Baasit Bhutta
October 30, 2017

Sadhana and Social Justice

Sadhana and Social Justice
Shilpa Rao
October 30, 2017

Would the Kingdom of God Have Nuclear Weapons?

Would the Kingdom of God Have Nuclear Weapons?
Nicholas Scrimenti
October 30, 2017

Youth Activism in Northern Ireland

Youth Activism in Northern Ireland
Francesca Drumm
October 30, 2017


 
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