Bridging Ethnoreligious Divides in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Choosing Peace Together through Interreligious Action for Conflict Transformation

The second Contending Modernities case study of recent Catholic Relief Services (CRS) inter-religious action programs highlights CRS’s work in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This case addresses a number of vital conceptual issues, including questions of gender roles, religious literacy, and identity development in situations of conflict.

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Authorizing the Human Person in a Cosmopolitan Age: A Thematic Synthesis

How do religious and secular traditions approach and contest bioethical questions of human dignity and integrity? How can communities coexist peacefully in the wake of unprecedented migrations or in the ashes of intercommunal violence? We weave together the major themes of the CM Rome 2015 plenary conference in a synthetic account that brings to bear relevant scholarship and looks both back at CM’s research trajectory, as well as forward to the future research and outreach agenda of the CM initiative.

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