Conflicts of religious organizations need to be resolved through formal or informal Conflict Resolution mechanisms. The research will be undertaken mainly in 7 religious organizations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The nature of the study (exploring the lived experiences of people and institutions) required a qualitative and quantitative research approach, which ensures a thorough examination of the views and perspectives of informants and a careful review of written sources. Thus, the study will employ two distinct approaches: desk reviews and fieldwork. During the fieldwork, data were obtained through intensive observations, surveys, case studies, interviews, and focus group discussion (FGD) sessions. Despite the legal framework to prevent many religious conflicts, the lack of consistent religious policy and law remains a major problem. The overall purpose of the study is to maintain peace and respect, resolve conflict, and build cultural peace among religious organizations and their followers by establishing religious policy and law in Ethiopia.
Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Culture of Peace Building, Religious Organizations
Bitew Kassaw Belay , Priyanca Mathur "Religious Organizations in Conflict Resolution and Culture of Peace Building in Ethiopia" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 3 2022 Page 168-184
Bitew Kassaw Belay , Priyanca Mathur "Religious Organizations in Conflict Resolution and Culture of Peace Building in Ethiopia" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(3)