Human beings are thoughtful by nature and seek to explain the things they see around them. To make sense of the world they find themselves in, they rely on fundamental ideas or foundational knowledge that we can call beliefs.
Relate to the importance of values for interreligious cooperation.
Evaluate different values and attitudes that are conducive to peacebuilding.
Assess interreligious cooperation from an ethical perspective.
Unit 1 What is Ethics? Unit 2 Core Virtues for Dialogue Unit 3 Avenues towards Peace Unit 4 Walking in the Others' Shoes Unit 5 Building Trust Unit 6 How to Confront Economic and/or Political Barriers Unit 7 Final Project Presentation for Field Work Unit 8 Self-Assessment
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