Religion, Peacebuilding, and Development in Cambodia and Kenya

Held in conjunction with the SSRC's ongoing work on religion and international affairs, this two-day workshop convened a group of interdisciplinary academics and practitioners to engage in a comparative conversation concerning the role of religious communities and beliefs in development and peacebuilding efforts in Cambodia and Kenya.

Workshop Participants:

R. Scott Appleby, University of Notre Dame

Augustina Delaney, World Faiths Development Dialogue

Charles DeSantis, Georgetown University

Kevin Doyle, The Cambodia Daily and Harvard University

Hahna Fridrici, World Faiths Development Dialogue

Gerrie ter Haar, Erasmus University

Rosalind I. J. Hackett, University of Tennessee

Qamar-ul Huda, United States Institute of Peace

Brian Kritz, Georgetown University

Judy Ledgerwood, Northern Illinois University

Katherine Marshall, World Faiths Development Dialogue and Georgetown University

Susanne D. Mueller, Boston University

Rachel Muthoga, Georgetown University

Keavy Nahan, Georgetown University

Lisa Pannucci, Georgetown University

Robert I. Rotberg, Harvard University

Will Schmitt, USAID

Alfred Stepan, Columbia University

George Wachira, Nairobi Peace Initiative – Africa

Claudia Zambra, World Faiths Development Dialogue

Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University
Washington, D.C.
March 4-5, 2011