Religious	Diversity	in	Singapore	(Interactions	among	Youth	Leaders	of	Different	Faiths:	Realities	from	the	Ground	and	Lessons	Learnt)
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Religious Diversity in Singapore (Interactions among Youth Leaders of Different Faiths: Realities from the Ground and Lessons Learnt)

by Charles Phua Chao Rong ; Anita Hui ; Yap Ching Wi

Religious and ethno-religious issues are inherent in many multiethnic and multi-religious societies. Singapore society is no exception. It has long been multiethnic, multicultural and multi-religious, being at the crossroads of many major and minor civilizations, cultures and traditions, and its religious diversity continues to develop in the current contexts of growing religiosity, religious change and conflict often in the name of religion. Despite this background, there is lack of in-depth knowledge, nuanced understanding and regular dialogue about religions and the meanings of living in a multi-religious world.
          
This volume covering major themes of Singapore's religious landscape, religion in schools and among the young, religion in the media, religious involvement in social services, and interfaith issues and interaction fills important gaps in the knowledge and understanding of Singapore's religious diversity and complexity. A collective effort of researchers and practitioners, it is a timely and useful reference for scholars, decision-makers, leaders and practitioners as well as for concerned citizens and followers.
          

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  • Publisher : ISEAS / IPS
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Charles Phua Chao Rong ; Anita Hui ; Yap Ching Wi

Charles Phua Chao Rong read his MSc (Research) and BSc (Hons) in International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences under a Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) scholarship. ; Anita Hui recently graduated with an MA in Psychology of Religion from Heythrop College, the Specialist Philosophy and Theology College of the University of London. She also holds an MSc degree in Child Development from the Institute of Education, University of London. ; Yap Ching Wi manages the Youth Ministry of the Buddhist organization, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery.