Mercredi 30 avril 2014, 18:00 - 19:30

Religion and Development: Faith-Based Organisations and International Cooperation

Organised by the International DevPol Journal

Following the release of the latest issue of International Development Policy (DevPol) entitled Religion and Development, selected authors will discuss the religion-development nexus with policymakers and practitioners, examining the tensions and synergy between secular and faith-based organisations.


Welcome and Introduction
  • Gilles Carbonnier (Editor-in-Chief, International Development Policy)
  • The Religion-Development Nexus
    Moncef Kartas (Guest-Editor, Religion and Development)
  • How ‘Secular’ Aid Organisations engage with Religious Realities
    Philip Fountain (Senior Research Fellow, National University of Singapore)
  • Religion, Politics and International Cooperation
    Jeff Haynes (Director of the Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation, London Metropolitan University)
  • Anne-Marie Holenstein (Former Coordinator of SDC Project on Religion and Development)
Followed by Debate and Discussion with the Audience

Auditorium 2
Maison de la paix, Graduate Institute Geneva

Please register here.