Nepal Peace Conference

March 26—27, 2019

Understanding of the role of religion and culture in conflict and peace-building is crucial to building just and harmonious communities and societies across the world. This is particularly relevant in South Asia today; where religious actors and institutions are playing vital and complex roles in conflict transformation, civic awareness, state transitional processes and reconciliation initiatives.

The International Conference on ‘Religion and Culture in Conflict and Peace’ offers opportunities for peace-building scholars and practitioners from all over the world to collaborate in exploring some of the most complex and pressing challenges we face today. The conference aims to go beyond reporting on ‘religious peace-building activities’, and examine critically the role of religion in conflict and peace-building, and the contribution of religious leaders and organisations to societal harmony. It is hoped that the conference will propose new avenues for research and practice.

Registration has closed for this event.