Post Tagged with: "Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs)"

Inter-Religious Work for Peace through Globalised Transnational Civil Society

Inter-Religious Work for Peace through Globalised Transnational Civil Society

Inter-religious transnational actors, like Religions for Peace, are assisting in the creation of global civil society by involving women in community development.

Global Christian Networks for Human Dignity

Global Christian Networks for Human Dignity

Perhaps we stand at a hinge point of Christian history as the faith’s contribution to dignity and freedom becomes more fully manifest and global.

Review – Faith-Based Organizations at the United Nations

Review – Faith-Based Organizations at the United Nations

Addressing a marked gap in IR literature, Haynes provides a timely account of how religious organizations play an increasingly important role in international affairs.

Review – Global Institutions of Religion

Review – Global Institutions of Religion

Marshall’s goal is to provide as comprehensive an overview as possible of what she refers to as ‘global institutions of religion,’ and the variety of infinitely diverse organizations they inspire.

What do Faith-based Organisations Seek at the United Nations?

What do Faith-based Organisations Seek at the United Nations?

The UN is increasing interactions with faith-based organizations (FBO) due to an awareness that the ‘values’ FBOs bring to global governance need to be factored in to its deliberations.

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