As part of a multi-year survey the Berkley Center and the World Faiths Development Dialogue mapped the activities of faith-inspired organizations across world regions. Through a series of reports, in-depth interviews with practitioners, international workshops, and web resources, the mapping project charts organizations anchored in particular faith traditions or with ecumenical or interfaith approaches that are engaged in global development agendas, including poverty relief, education, and the struggle against HIV/AIDS and malaria. This project was originally launched through the Luce/SFS Program on Religion and International Affairs.
Faith, Development, and a People Without a State in Bangladesh
January 31, 2011