Mark Rodgers is dean of the College of Health and Human Services at Marywood University, a Catholic university in Scranton, Pa. His research interests include the prevention of human trafficking, and he has helped train officials in Latvia, Bangladesh, Ecuador and South Africa on how to recognize and combat the problem.
Report on religion in Northern Europe.
Report on religion in Latvia.
Seeks to improve the public conversation about Muslims and intercultural relations in the U.S. and Europe by providing evidence-based arguments, facts and research findings from reputable sources.
Creates opportunities to exchange perspectives on issues such as migration, diversity, community cohesion, inter-cultural and inter-faith dialogue and pluralism in European societies. Primary goal is to acknowledge present and past contributions of diverse communities and cultures, and especially of Muslims, in shaping contemporary European society. Activities include panel debates, conferences, expert workshops, research and exchange programs.
Pan-European professional network promoting leadership, diversity, empowerment and positive perceptions of European Muslims. Hosts programs and activities, such as meetings with European leaders and inspirational events and in-mosque mentoring for Muslim youth.
Network of nonprofit investigative journalism organizations that conduct training, produce stories, provide resources and encourage the creation of similar nonprofit groups.
Nonprofit organization established to bolster the news media’s professionalism, independence and impact in post-communist Europe and the former Soviet Union. Programs include internships, distance learning, seminars and coaching. Programs seek to offer practical journalism training and help participants improve existing media outlets or establish new media outlets. TOL also produces Internet magazine Transitions Online, which covers social, political, […]