The Religion Factor: Why Policy in South Asia Can’t Ignore Faith
Join the Notre Dame South Asia Group for two panel discussions exploring religion, public policy, and development – at a critical time when the Rohingya refugee crisis destabilizes Myanmar and Bangladesh, and the ongoing elections in India highlight the rise of Hindu nationalism in the world’s largest democracy. Cosponsored with the Keough School for Global Affairs, the Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion, and the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.
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The Rohingya Crisis: Integrating Religion with Policy
Featuring: Madhav Joshi, Kathleena Mumford, Kellogg Faculty Fellow Rahul Oka, and Mahbub Hassan Saleh
The Role of Religion in South Asian Elections: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal
Featuring: Devesh Kapur, Farzana Shaikh, Mahbub Hassan Saleh, and Kellogg Faculty Fellow Susan Ostermann