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Religion, Ngos and the United Nations: Visible and Invisible Actors in Power

Religion Ngos and the United Nations Visible and Invisible Actors in Power How do religious groups operating as NGOs engage in the most important global institution for world peace What processes do they adopt Is there a spiritual UN today This book is the first interdisci

  • Title: Religion, Ngos and the United Nations: Visible and Invisible Actors in Power
  • Author: Jeremy Carrette Hugh Miall
  • ISBN: 9781350020382
  • Page: 456
  • Format: ebook
  • How do religious groups, operating as NGOs, engage in the most important global institution for world peace What processes do they adopt Is there a spiritual UN today This book is the first interdisciplinary study to present extensive fieldwork results from an examination of the activity of religious groups at the United Nations in New York and Geneva Based on a thrHow do religious groups, operating as NGOs, engage in the most important global institution for world peace What processes do they adopt Is there a spiritual UN today This book is the first interdisciplinary study to present extensive fieldwork results from an examination of the activity of religious groups at the United Nations in New York and Geneva Based on a three and half year study of activities in the United Nations system, it seeks to show how religion operates in both visible and invisible ways Jeremy Carrette, Hugh Miall, Verena Beittinger Lee, Evelyn Bush and Sophie Helene Trigeaud, explore the way religion becomes a chameleon idea, appearing and disappearing, according to the diplomatic aims and ambitions Part 1 documents the challenges of examining religion inside the UN, Part 2 explores the processes and actions of religious NGOs from diplomacy to prayer and the specific platforms of intervention from committees to networks and Part 3 provides a series of case studies of religious NGOs, including discussion of Islam, Catholicism and Hindu and Buddhist NGOs The study concludes by examining the place of diplomats and their views of religious NGOs and reflects on the place of religion in the UN today The study shows the complexity of religion inside one of the most fascinating global institutions of the world today.

    International Religious NGOs at The United Nations A Analysis of religious NGOs The model s division of the religious dimension into two reflects these two differing meanings of religiosity in the vertical column, the organization s religious affiliation and in the horisontal row, the potential influence of the religious dimension on the remaining dimensions. Religious NGOs in International Relations The Dealing with religious NGOs in relation to the UN, Lehmann focuses on the absorption of human rights discourses, originally regarded as secular, by two key NGOs Religion, NGOs and the United Nations Reading Religion Religion, NGOs and the United Nations Visible and Invisible Actors in Power is a collection of nine essays that locate religion and faith leadership in the complicated international system of global governance and social justice This book opens with an explanation of the method of study, a mixed design of concepts from the humanities and social science especially religious studies, sociology, Aid without faith is there a place for religious NGOs in Religion has spearheaded social change Yes Religious NGOs play an important role as social service providers, and through their faith based approach they have the ability to develop deeper relationships with communities in developing countries. Beyond Faith Based Organizations Religion and NGOs in Beyond Faith Based Organizations Religion and NGOs in comparative perspective Within this broad field, the work of religious NGOs or Faith Based Organisations FBOs has garnered considerable attention This series of podcasts for The Religious Studies Project seeks Religion and NGOs IJNL Vol Iss Religion and NGOs Introductory Letter from the Guest Editors W Cole Durham, Jr and Elizabeth A Sewell the Turkish Constitutional Court dissolved the Refah Party as a center of activities contrary to the principle of secularism and banned six of its leaders from political party activities for five years So far, Refah has been Religious NGOs Research Papers Academia Development Studies, Religion and Development, Religious Studies, Religious NGOs Religious Nongovernmental Organizations An Exploratory Analysis This paper represents the first systematic attempt at an analysis of religious nongovernmental organizations RNGOs. Religion, NGOs and the United Nations Visible and About Religion, NGOs and the United Nations This book is the first interdisciplinary study to present extensive fieldwork results from an examination of the activity of religious groups at the United Nations in New York and Geneva Based on a three and half year study of activities in the United Nations system, it seeks to show how religion NGOs and religion instrumentalisation and its discontents The relationship between NGOs and religion is of pivotal importance for understanding NGOs as such Research that fails to attend to issues of religion neglects crucial features of NGO history and practice. The Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations The Committee of Religious NGOs at the United Nations is a coalition of representatives of religious, spiritual and ethical non governmental organizations who exchange varying points of view and are dedicated to the pursuit of peace, understanding and mutual respect.

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