In an article first published on Religion News Service, PETER HENNE, director of Middle East studies in the Global and Regional Studies Program at the University of Vermont, on why advocates of international religious freedom should be worried about the partisan nature of the religious freedom push in the US...

MARK DELANEY, co-author of ‘Low Carbon and Loving It’, looks at what the coronavirus pandemic has revealed about how to care for God's creation...

CLEMENTE LISI, writing for Religion Unplugged, reflects on the life of St John Paul II...

Writing from the US in an article first published on Religion News Service, JIM WALLIS, founder of Sojourners, and BARBARA WILLIAMS-SKINNER, co-convener of the National African American Clergy Network, write about why voter suppression is a "spiritual offence" to God...

In an article published on Religion News Service, MELINDA MOORE and Rev GLENN BLOOMSTROM, of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Faith Communities Task Force in the US, say it's critical faith leaders know they are not alone at times like this...

In an article first published on The Conversation, North American-based academics JAMES STINSON and ELIZABETH LUNSTROM look at how widespread closures of parks and conservation areas around the world could change the way protected environments are managed...

In an article first published on The Conversation, MONICA ADHIAMBO ONYANGO, clinical associate professor in global health at Boston University, look at what the Ebola outbreaks have revealed about sexual and gender-based violence during disease outbreaks...

In an article to mark International Nurses Day, LESLIE NEAL-BOYLAN, dean of the Solomont School of Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, pays - in an article first published on The Conversation - tribute to nursing "heroes"...

Writing from the US, Rev JIM WALLIS, founder of US social justice organisation Sojourners, writes about the dangers of lies in a time of crisis...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, BARBARA WILLIAMS-SKINNER, president and co-founder of the Skinner Leadership Institute and co-convener of the National African American Clergy Network, says now is a chance for churches to reframe how they reframe approach helping the marginalised...

In an article first published on The Conversation, BHASKAR CHAKRAVORTI, of  Tufts University, looks at lessons learned as nations begin to ease coronavirus-related lockdown restrictions...

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