CFR’s Religion and Foreign Policy (RFP) program serves as a resource for faith leaders and policymakers, and offers a forum for congregational leaders, seminary heads, scholars of religion, and representatives of faith-based organizations to discuss global issues in an interfaith environment. CFR produces a vast array of resources that provide nonpartisan and authoritative analysis to inform the work of religious thinkers and educators and foster dialogue within their communities. For more RFP resources, follow @CFR_Religion on Twitter. To sign up to receive the monthly Religion and Foreign Policy bulletin, please sign up here.
Religion and Foreign Policy Webinars
Led by a CFR expert or faith leader, the Religion and Foreign Policy Webinar series offers members of the religion community access to interreligious conversations on timely issues at the intersection of religion and international affairs. Video recordings of the webinars are available at CFR.org/rfp-calls and on the iTunes podcast channel Religion and Foreign Policy.
Religion and Foreign Policy Events
Organized in New York, Washington, DC, and around the country, the Religion and Foreign Policy Roundtable series provides an intimate setting for in-depth conversations.
Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop
CFR's annual Religion and Foreign Policy Workshop brings together leaders from across the U.S. religious landscape at CFR’s New York headquarters for two days of expert panels and discussion group sessions. The 2021 workshop was held virtually in May, and the 2019 workshop was held at CFR's New York headquarters in June 2019.
Professional Conference Participation
CFR hosts exhibition booths and distributes resources at professional conferences and association meetings across the country. Look for us at the Religion News Association Annual Conference and at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, where we also hold a luncheon panel discussion.
Religion Advisory Committee
The CFR Religion Advisory Committee is comprised of a distinguished group of religion and congregational leaders and scholars from across the United States.