On Monday, December 14th, 2020, IGE convened a timely webinar featuring models of Christian peacemaking at home and abroad where panelists shared about their peacebuilding work in the United States to confront injustice, challenges in the Middle East, and the work of Christians in Africa. A recording is available.
IGE strongly affirms the State Department’s recognition of the significant progress that Uzbekistan has made in building and protecting the freedom of faith of its citizens. This progress is echoed by Uzbek citizens that IGE has the blessing to interact with over the course of its work in Uzbekistan.
IGE is pleased to announce our spring undergraduate internship opportunities. IGE seeks self-motivated, highly creative individuals seeking virtual experience working with an agile and innovative NGO environment that engages foreign governments and civil society leaders, Capitol Hill, and the donor community.
Jointly developed by IGE and VNU Law, the book was published earlier this year and will be part of the curriculum for a master’s program in human rights, the first of its kind in Vietnam. The textbook will serve as a helpful reference for government officials and legislators working on the drafting and implementation of laws and policies affecting religious practice.