Center for Religion and Peacemaking [USIP] Law and Legal Definition

The Center for Religion and Peacemaking is the U.S. Institute of Peace’s (USIP's) part of the Centers of Innovation. The Center conducts research, identifies best practices, and develops new peacebuilding tools for religious leaders and organizations. The Center helps to define and shape the field of religious peacebuilding. In cooperation with USIP's other Centers, the . Center for Religion and Peacemaking develops and implements integrated strategies for the Institute's conflict-specific work.