RPP offers programs for Harvard graduate students, the wider Harvard community, and the general public in service of its mission to advance cross-disciplinary engagement, scholarship, and practice on religions and the practice of peace.
Unless we have places where there is dialogue, discussion, and discovery of the norms and relationships that people have, we will not be able to nurture and grow the ethical foundation for a global community.
—Jonathan Granoff, president of the Global Security Institute and special representative of the United Religions Initiative
Religious groups are the ones who are often at the forefront globally in delivering humanitarian aid, but also doing the long-term work of economic development.
- Shaun Casey, senior fellow at the Berkley Center and a professor of the practice in Georgetown's Walsh School of Foreign Service, and formerly special advisor to US Secretary of State John Kerry for faith-based community initiatives