IGE catalyzes freedom of faith worldwide

so that everyone has the ability to live what they believe.

One of the main pillars of IGE's approach is "Relational Diplomacy": We overcome obstacles of culture and religion by creating and nurturing mutually beneficial relationships, inviting all viewpoints to the table, and working together as partners for the common good.

IGE is currently active in China, Vietnam, Laos, Uzbekistan, and Myanmar. IGE is also home to the Center for Women, Faith & Leadership (CWFL). 

Recent IGE Updates

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IGE Global Horizons | January 2022

January 18, 2022

Check out the January 2022 e-newsletter!

IGE Convenes Training for Lecturers at Vietnam’s Premier Leadership Development Institute for Government Officials

January 6, 2022

From December 7-9, 2021, IGE conducted a program at the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (NAP). The first-of-its-kind online training addressed building religious literacy and international standards of religious freedom protection.

IGE Global Horizons | December 2021

December 7, 2021

Check out the December 2021 e-newsletter!

Learn more about IGE's mission and work through our video, "Vietnam: A Success Story."

The video highlights the amazing and unparalleled work of IGE and our partners in Vietnam over the past 15 years. 

Together we can catalyze freedom of faith worldwide. Join the movement and help make an impact today! 

Freedom of faith matters for women, business, peace and security, governance, human rights, freedom of speech and press, healthcare, and youth and education. When you support IGE, you are supporting freedom of faith which matters for all spheres of life.

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“There are a number of organizations working to promote religious freedom for both Christians and non-Christians around the world.  The Institute for Global Engagement works effectively with both religious and political figures in many countries around the world to find solutions to problems of religious intolerance.”

Walter Russell Mead
from "The Yule Blog" at Providence, The Wall Street Journal columnist and Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College