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Religion

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Description

Religion is a social-cultural system of designated behaviors and practices, morals, worldviews, texts, sanctified places, prophecies, ethics, or organizations, that relates humanity to supernatural, transcendental, or spiritual elements. However, there is no scholarly consensus over what precisely constitutes a religion.

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Religion

International Society for the Sociology of Religions / Est. 1948
Society for a League of Religions / Est. 1919
Ligue mondiale pour la protection du jour du Sabbat
Société internationale d'études sur les religions inférieures des peuples non civilisés
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority / Est. 1953
Ecumenical Peace Forum of European Catholics / Est. 1993
International Association of Scientologists / Est. 1984
World Scout Interreligious Forum
Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue / Est. 1964
International Council of Religious Education
International Union of Superiors General / Est. 1965
Eckankar, Religion of the Light and Sound of God / Est. 1965
Operation Blessing International / Est. 1978
Centre international d'étude de la religion grecque antique
International Academy of Religious Sciences / Est. 1966
International Study and Service Exchange - India
Inter-Religious League
Latin Mass Society / Est. 1965
Centre for Inquiry - Critical Studies in Religion, Ethics and Society / Est. 1995
Incontri Internazionali Uomini e Religioni
Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life
Soeurs du Christ Rédempteur de Fougères / Est. 1827
Association européenne des institutions de prévoyance et de retraite complémentaire
Consultation oecuménique internationale permanente des religieux
South American Conference on Religion and Ecology

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World Problems relating to Religion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Religious war
Voluntary physical suffering
Irreligiousness
Humility
Refusal
Religious opposition to public health practices
Religious syncretism
Killing sanctioned by religion
Desecration of religious buildings
Evangelism
Unethical practices of priesthood
Disruptive religious fundamentalism
Underprivileged religious minorities
Ancestor worship
Idolatry
Disobedience
Communion with the dead
Unpleasantness
Unchastity
Dogmatism
Undue religious influence on secular life
Accumulation and misuse of religious property
Blasphemy
Official religion
Exclusive religious claims

Action Strategies relating to Religion

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting religion in the context of nationalism
Advancing christian religion
Persecuting religious sects
Circumventing international trading agreements
Establishing spiritual community zone
Conserving religious heritage
Evangelizing
Refusing medical intervention
Increasing church attendance
Converting to religious beliefs
Abstaining from world religion
Causing religious schism
Ensuring government assistance to religious authorities
Adopting religious lifestyle
Celebrating the mysteries
Proclaiming religious truth
Preserving religious freedom
Preaching religion
Reducing church attendance
Requiring dramatization of religious rites
Reducing religious fanaticism
Blocking degeneration to sterile ceremony
Endowing religious symbols with meaning
Releasing secular religious style
Providing religion

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