Urgent Questions and Strategic Models for Religious Freedom Advocacy

Religious freedom matters but is imperiled. This simple proposition captures a central crucible of our age. Advancing religious freedom must be a priority of democratic-loving people everywhere. But what are the different models of advocacy? How do distinct approaches flow from different disciplines, organizational visions, or religious traditions? What practical challenges do advocates face and what strategies do they employ? What can aspiring advocates of religious freedom learn from seasoned champions? These are among the crucial questions addressed in the Fall 2012 issue of The Review of Faith & International Affairs, a theme issue on “Strategies of Advocacy for International Religious Freedom.”

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