How Has Religion Become an Agent in Peace-Building in Conflict Areas of the World?

  • RUSI, 61 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET
  • Wednesday 14 May 2014

What lessons have been learned from countries in which religion's potential for peace has defeated  dynamics of violence? How do religions become agents of peace rather than conflict? By what means do peaceful religious and secular majorities avoid being overwhelmed by fundamentalist factions.

These debates are organised by Charles Clarke (former Education Secretary and Home Secretary in the last Labour Government) and Linda Woodhead (Professor of Sociology and Religion at Lancaster University) and they are open to all. Click for further details about this event.