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A Publication from DCA (Danisch Church Aid), Partner of Act Alliance.

The aim of this annotated bibliography on ‘Religion and Development’ is to lend a hand to practitioners in humanitarian and development work, who are asking themselves: ‘Where can I read more and learn about how to take religion, religious communities and religious actors seriously in programme dialogue, planning and implementation?’ ‘Where can one find accounts of good practices, learnings, tools and relevant methods in this regard?’ So this bibliography is NOT an overview of the new trends in religion and development, in political science literature and in development theory literature. That literature is immense and such general overviews can be found elsewhere. Instead, this bibliography deliberately focuses on the practical consequences of the emerging new insights.



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