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Christian NGOs and ‘indigenous cultures’: on the morphing of missionary work among a Cambodian highland minority
According to the Cambodia field director of the US-based Christian & Missionary Alliance (CMA), in an interview with this author in 2016, his organisation had...
Interfaith partnerships in the field of development: a way forward for religious pluralism in Indonesia?
Muslim-Christian interactions are growing more common in the field of development. Many of these interactions are fraught, with community activists questioning the motives of faith-based organisations (FBOs...
Religious and secular NGOs in the slums of Bangkok: why a sharp dividing line is unhelpful and mistaken
In the slums of Bangkok, children simultaneously benefit from the humanitarian assistance of Catholic, Buddhist and officially secular local and international NGOs.