Results for tag:faith-based organisations
|Date:||17 November 2014|
Levelling the playing field: Development, religion and the entanglement of social and personal transformation
|Date:||17 September 2014|
Secularism, Security and the Limits of the State: The Displacement Crisis and the Role of Religion Part Two
|Date:||03 September 2014|
|Date:||25 April 2014|
|Date:||05 April 2014|
|Date:||13 December 2013|
In today’s blog post,Brenda Bartelink reflects on aid in humanitarian emergency and disaster situations, drawing attention to how religion and human rights are lived out and practiced amidst the multiple moral frameworks that influence humanitarian practice...
Is the ‘new’ religious engagement really all that new? The need for reflection on the underlying values and assumptions in the engagement with religion
|Date:||19 August 2013|
In this post, Brenda Bartelink draws on her research on faith based development organisations in the Netherlands and Uganda, and Dutch initiatives to engage with religion to raise some critical points for reflection on the new US Office for Faith-Based Community...
|Date:||14 August 2013|
Last week, the US State Department made the much-anticipated announcement that it is establishing a new “Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives” whose mission, Secretary of State John Kerry said, is “to engage more closely with faith communities around...
|Date:||21 March 2013|
Last week, Prof. Manuel A. Vasquez gave a guest lecture on “Conceptualizing domination and resistance in transnational religious networks” at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies in Groningen. Here Ella Sebamalaiengages with the ideas he raised and...
|Date:||01 December 2012|
|Date:||18 October 2012|