Global Challenges Symposium: Religion and the Role of the Religious Community
The Global Challenges Symposium is a weekly discussion open to graduate students in the SFS about how the COVID pandemic is impacting the world order. Weekly discussions will be led by an SFS faculty member about the week’s recorded interviews. These will take place every Friday from 12:30-1:30pm. You can view a full schedule of the symposium here.
The video for the November 6, “Religion and the Role of the Religious Community,” discussion will be released on Tuesday, November 3.
Religion and the Role of the Religious Community
Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Executive Director of the World Faiths Development Dialogue
Azza Karam, Secretary General of Religions for Peace, Former Senior Advisor on Culture at the United Nations Population Fund, Former Chair of the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Religion and Development
Fr. Augusto Zampini, Adjunct Secretary of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development
Paul Miller, Co-Chair for the Global Politics and Security Concentration, MSFS, Georgetown University