Lord Christopher Patten, Chancellor, University of Oxford
Musimbi Kanyoro, President and CEO, Global Fund for Women
Shaun Casey, Special Representative for Religion and Global Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State
H.R.H. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Emir of Kano, Nigeria
Ebrahim Rasool, Former South African Ambassador to the United States
Elif Shafak, Novelist, columnist, and speaker
Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow, Georgetown University
Mike Battcock, Governance Coordinator, Department for International Development
Nosheen Ali, Program Director, Social Development and Policy, Habib University, Karachi
Craig Calhoun, Director, London School of Economics
Religion has a powerful impact on human and societal development. Can a deeper engagement with religion and religious communities work to enhance economic growth, political stability, conflict resolution and peace?
At this symposium in London, organized by the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs, leading thinkers will identify ways of advancing the integration of religion and human development, creating partnerships for the common good.
My colleagues and co-organizers, Prof. Ebrahim Moosa and Prof. Atalia Omer, very much hope you can join us.
R. Scott Appleby
Marilyn Keough Dean
Keough School of Global Affairs
University of Notre Dame
Originally published at international.conductor.nd.edu.