The Lao Evangelical Church conducted a second workshop of religious freedom in Vientiane and a peace building workshop in Savannakhet.
From November 1-4, 2023, IGE and its partners held the 10th Religion & Rule of Law certificate training program in Ho Chi Minh City. There were 93 participants from six provinces and cities in Vietnam’s southeast region.
On September 21, 2022, the Institute for Global Engagement hosted a roundtable discussion with a Vietnam government delegation from the Committee for Foreign NGO Affairs and representatives of American faith-based charitable organizations in Washington, DC.
IGE VP of Global Operations James Chen gave a presentation at an online conference on “Religious Freedom and Rule of Law” hosted by the Indonesian government’s Ministry of Law and Human Rights and Leimena Institute.
The Institute for Global Engagement (IGE) is excited to announce that it has received a grant from Templeton Religion Trust (TRT) for $1.4 million for its project on “Catalyzing Religious Engagement Networks Worldwide.” The three-year grant will enable IGE to expand its programming to two new regions, Southern Africa and Eastern Europe, as well as build upon its progress in Vietnam and Uzbekistan.
From July 12-15, the Lao Evangelical Church conducted a peace building and conflict transformation training workshop in Vientiane. This first ecumenical effort in peace building included 31 Protestants and 10 Catholic Christian leaders.
From June 20-26, 2022, IGE’s Center for Women, Faith & Leadership (CWFL) hosted the 2022 Hybrid Fellowship Cohort in Norway for an in-person workshop and retreat. The program brought together 10 women leaders from 9 countries.
Check out the June 2022 e-newsletter!
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