The Centre Welcomes a New Article by its Policy Adviser on Programmes for Dialogue, Mark Barwick: “Interreligious dialogue and the prevention of mass atrocities”

“Religious identity has to do with how one self-identifies in relation to a group. It is not the same as being religious, which implies adherence to particular beliefs and participation in religious activities. […] Religious identity can therefore be a source of conflict just as much as ethnic or national identity”

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