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Religion and Diversity Project Final Team Meeting


Description

The final meeting for the Religion and Diversity Project was held October 26-28, 2017 at the University of Ottawa. The meeting brought together team members, international guests, policy partners, students, and postdoctoral fellows, and served as a space to integrate reflections on our research over the past seven years which aimed to build a foundation for the development of new and innovative inquiries in the dynamic and changing field of religion and diversity. 


Panels

The meeting hosted numerous international guests, who stimulated wide ranging dialogue across the Project’s themes that we hope will continue after the Religion and Diversity Project itself has ended. Our final meeting hosted roundtable sessions on topics of critical relevance such as: migration, education, state and local regulation, nonreligion and religion, indigeneity, and complex futures. Panelists included team members, policy stakeholders, partners, and others who have been friends of the Project.

For more information on the panels, including links to the vidoes, please click here.


Next Generation Scholars

We were also fortunate to celebrate the accomplishments of the young scholars at a reception entitled, Next Generation Scholars, which featured information stations where each scholar presented her/his research.

For more information about each scholar and their current research, click here.

 

Social Media Highlights

Our invited guests were all active in posting conference highlights using the hashtag #RDP2017. To see some of the posts, click here.

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Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

Le Berkley Center at Georgetown University a été créé au sein du bureau de John J. DeGioia, Président de Georgetown, en mars 2006. Le centre a été conçu afin de miser sur les forces de Georgetown: l'excellence académique; son emplacement à Washington, DC; sa portée internationale et sa tradition catholique et jésuite d'ouverture aux autres religions et au vaste monde séculier. Le généreux soutien de William R. Berkley, un membre du conseil d'administration de l'université, a permis la croissance rapide du centre.

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Research Centres

The Project is happy to provide information about research centres, initiatives and projects across Canada and beyond that are focusing on the examination of religion, diversity, pluralism and society through its “Research Centres” page. Led by our Team Member Pamela Klassen and housed at the University of Toronto, the mandate of the Religion in the Public Sphere initiative is to examine how religion manifests in public spaces, institutions, and interactions, and consider the challenges and possibilities of religious diversity in Toronto and around the globe. To learn more about this initiative, please click here.

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Religion and Diversity Project Electronic Mailing List

We invite you to stay informed about the events organised by the Religion and Diversity Project by joining our electronic mailing list. Please send us an email at info@religionanddiversity.ca to register.