In the beginning of February (3.-5.) this year (2014)the Wilton Park conference took place. The theme was: Religion, foreign policy and development: making better policy to make a bigger difference.
The conference brought together academics, policy makers, diplomats, development practitioners and religious actors to discuss challenges and opportunities for learning and closer collaboration in the integration of religious awareness and engagement in foreign policy and development – to make better policy and to make a bigger difference.
This conference report provides a summary of the discussions and conclusions.