The Religious Freedom Project (RFP, 2011-2016) at Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs was the nation's only university-based program devoted exclusively to the analysis of religious freedom.
Freedom of religion or belief is viewed by the international community as a basic human right, yet its manifestations vary greatly from society to society. These resources examine and debate the contours of religious freedom; the evolution of international religious freedom policy; and the relationship between religious liberty and democracy, politics, and social and economic development.
May 5, 2023
A Public Forum on Policy Interventions for the Rohingya Crisis (Video)
Duration: 1 hours 53 minutes
April 3, 2023
Religion, State, and Society in China (Video)
Duration: 57 minutes
February 21, 2023
Do Religion and Religious Freedom Impede or Enhance Security? (Video)
Duration: 1 hours 1 minutes
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. EDT Berkley Center
Report October 17, 2022
Report November 23, 2021
Lesson Plan February 1, 2021