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The Fletcher Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy is a multi-faceted initiative involving faculty and students at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.



“Exploring Religion and Violent Extremism Across Comparative National Contexts: Motivation, Distortion, and Exploitation?”

[Co-Sponsored with the Kozmetsky Center]

Monday, April 12th at 1 PM!

Please register HERE [the link in the flyer is not functional]


The Initiative combines curricular offerings and an invited lecture series featuring scholars, policymakers, and practitioners who are engaged at the intersection of religion and international relations. It aims to:

  • Provide a framework for interdisciplinary study and practice of international affairs through the lens of religious literacy;
  • Create spaces to challenge assumptions and enhance understanding about the role of religion in the varied discourses at the Fletcher School;
  • Develop these competencies through an annual Fall conference and annual speaker series.