RESEARCH FELLOW

Ellie Green is President of the St Andrews Coexistence Initiative and Convener of the Interfaith Steering Group at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
In this capacity, Ms. Green strives to develop understanding between the members of the varied faith communities, and she is currently partnering with Interfaith Scotland to achieve these goals nationally. As a research analyst and programme manager, Ms. Green has previously worked in the UCL Center for Holocaust Education, the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, and the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility. She is completing a Scottish Masters with Honours in Theological Studies, and her main areas of interest are interreligious dialogue, religious minorities rights and religious freedom, youth and women empowerment.

See also:

Hate Speech and Religious Conflict: An Interfaith Perspective

Interfaith to “Prevent” Radicalization


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