Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs
Dedicate to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics, and public life; explore global challenges of democracy and human rights, economic and social development, international diplomacy, and interreligious understanding through research, teaching, and service.
The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown University, created within the Office of the President in 2006, is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics, and public life.
- Georgetown-Campion Hall Partnership
The seminars are to explore religious identity and promote interreligious dialogue. The purpose of these seminars is to enable a group of Roman Catholic and Anglican scholars active in Christian-Muslim dialogue to reflect together on some of the questions which it poses
- American Pilgrimage Project
Invites Americans of diverse backgrounds to sit together and talk to each other one-to-one about the role their religious beliefs play at crucial moments in their lives
- The Doyle Seminars
They foster deepened student learning about diversity and difference through enhanced research opportunities, interaction with thought leaders, and dialogue with the Georgetown community and beyond. Part of the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, the Undergraduate Fellows program brings faculty and students together to foster student engagement with difference through scholarship and interreligious, intercultural engagement on campus, in the D.C. community, and around the world
- The Junior Year Abroad Network
It connects Georgetown students studying abroad in a variety of cultures. Students share reflections on religion, culture, politics, and society in their host countries, commenting on topics ranging from religious freedom and interfaith dialogue to secularisation, globalisation, democracy, and economics
- The Church and the Ecumenical Future
The project explores the dynamics of ecumenism, past, present and future, with a particular emphasis upon the future for ecumenism—here understood in its wider sense to embrace dialogue between churches, between faiths, and between faith communities and the wider world in which they live out their faith
- Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Pilot Project
The project aims to engage local community interfaith groups in HFHI efforts to provide adequate shelter for all
- Global Mapping of Faith-Inspired Organizations and Development
Through a series of reports, in-depth interviews with practitioners, and international workshops, and an interactive database, the mapping project charts organisations anchored in particular faith traditions or with ecumenical or interfaith approaches that are engaged in global development agendas, including poverty relief, education, and the struggle against HIV/AIDS and malaria.
Main Focus Countries of Activities
Washington, DC, USA - USA - Washington, DC, USA - World - USA - USA - World - World - Western Africa - World