Boniuk Institute staff offer religious literacy training for a broad spectrum of civil society leaders, including law enforcement, media, business, faith communities and schools.
The Boniuk Institute collaborates with the Boniuk Foundation to present programs on positive parenting.
The Boniuk Institute is creating a school-aligned curriculum to bring religious literacy into 6-12th grade classrooms.
Boniuk Institute is collaborating with Chicken Soup for the Soul's Hidden Heroes and will soon be highlighted in their inspirational and educational video programming of interest to teenage audiences.
Boniuk Institute offers professional development courses for secondary social studies educators.
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The Institute regularly presents courses taught by Rice University faculty and special guest lecturers on various subjects relating to religious literacy and tolerance.
The Boniuk Institute works with The Office of New Americans and Immigrant Communities and civil society leaders to assess service needs and gaps effecting Houston Immigrant Communities and to offer recommendations for enhanced
coordination between the city and community organizations.
United Nations refugee expert Wa'el Alzayat spoke at Rice University about the growing crisis in Iraq and Syria.
A comprehensive collection of resources addressing religious diversity
and tolerance in America and around the world. Resources are available
in a variety of subjects and formats from organizations and curricula to
video documentaries, calendars, books and journal articles.
Shaun Casey discussed the importance of religion and diplomacy in the US State Department's foreign policy strategy.
On April 11th, Boniuk Institute Associate Directory Dr. Zahra Jamal joined with former British first lady Cherie Blair and a panel of distinguished scholars and activists to discuss the importance of women's education.
The Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance
6100 Main, Houston, Texas 77005-1892 | Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1892, Houston, Texas 77251-1892