COVID-19, Religion and Belief: Webinar Series || EPISODE 7: Business, Religion, Economics
Episode 7: COVID-19: Business, Religion, Economics
The Coronavirus pandemic is impacting different spheres of human activity. Many countries are heading for unprecedented recessions. The crisis will therefore lead to relevant changes. The aim of this webinar is to address how the pandemic is impacting the world and the contribution of the business sector, world religions and international organizations like the International Monetary Fund.
The following issues will be addressed:
* The economic context of the global pandemic and its impact on religious groups;
* The contribution of world religions and its impact on businesses and public finances;
* The initiatives of international organizations.
Prof. Cole W. Durham, Founding Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies, Brigham Young University
Brian Grim, PhD., President, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation
Prof. Azza Karam, PhD., Secretary General, Religions for Peace
Jeffrey Franks, PhD., Assistant Director of the European Department, International Monetary Fund
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Webinar Series' Hosts:
Dr. Pasquale Annicchino
Bruno Kessler Foundation / CIRIS
Dr. Judd Birdsall
Cambridge Institute on Religion & International Studies
Francesco Di Lillo
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - European Union Office
Prof. Michael Mohallem
FGV Escola de Direito do Rio de Janeiro
Prof. Brett Scharffs
International Center for Law and Religion Studies, Brigham Young University
Prof. Marco Ventura
Bruno Kessler Foundation / University of Siena