Religion’s Roles in Peacebuilding: The 29th Annual Law and Religion Symposium

The ICLRS held its 29th Annual International Law and Religion Symposium, “Religion’s Roles in Peacebuilding,” 1–5 October 2022. While the Covid pandemic restricted Symposia to online meetings in 2020 and 2021, this year’s Symposium gathered more than 80 delegates from 40 countries for sessions and related events at the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, and in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The following select presentations are illustrative of the depth and breadth of the Symposium’s 90-plus presentations.

Participants of the 29th ICLRS Annual Law and Religion Symposium

Posts in the Series:

Daniel Philpott. Religion and Peace

Sharon EubankReligion’s Roles in Peacebuilding: Religion and Interfaith Engagement in Times of Conflict and Disaster

James Christie. Understanding Religion’s Roles in Peacebuilding

Asma Redi BalekerReligion’s Roles in Peacebuilding in Ethiopia: Religion and Interfaith Engagement in Times of Conflict and Disaster

Elizabeth A. Clark. Enemies and Brothers

Andrew Teal. Fidei Defensor

Carlos Bernal PulidoThe Role of Religious Groups in the 2016 Colombian Plebiscite for Peace and Implementation of the Peace Agreement

Rakesh NaidooA New Zealand Police Perspective on Religions’ Roles in Peacebuilding

Andrew MethvenThe AMAR Foundation: Remedies to Religious Persecution, Lessons in Peacebuilding

Jennifer G. WoodsPeacebuilding and the Seventh-day Adventist Church

Muhammadou M.O. KahReligions’ Roles in Peacebuilding in The Gambia