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Alolo, N.A. (2007)  African traditional religion and concepts of development.  A background paper. Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 46.  International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/1498/1/Alolo_2007.pdf (Accessed 12 May 2012)

 

Bano, M. (2007) Contesting ideologies and struggle for authority: State-Madrasa engagement in Pakistan.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 14.  International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at: http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1211531042_working_paper_14___for_web.pdf  (Accessed 12 May 2012)

 

Bano, M (2008)  Allowing for diversity: State-Madrasa Relations in Bangladesh.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 13.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1259585112_working_paper_13___complete_file.pdf  (Accessed 12 May 2012)

 

Bano, M. (2009)  Marker of identity: religious political parties and welfare work – the case of Jama’at-i-Islami in Pakistan and Bangladesh.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 34.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1254137609_working_paper_34.pdf  (Accessed 12 May 2012) 

 

Bano, M. (2009)  Engaged yet disengaged: Islamic schools and the State in Kano, Nigeria.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 29.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1256735712_working_paper_29.pdf  (Accessed 12 May 2012)

 

Bano, M. (2010)  Female Madrasas in Pakistan: a response to modernity.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 45.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1280142650_working_paper_45___complete_for_web.pdf  (Accessed 12 May 2012)

 

Bradley, T. and Ramsay, Z.  (2010)  “The people know they need religion in order to develop”:  The relationships between Hindu and Buddhist religious teachings, values and beliefs, and visions of the future in Pune, India.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 51.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1297864056_working_paper_51_complete_for_web.pdf   (Accessed 14 May 2012)

 

Devine, J. and White, S. (2009) Religion, politics and the everyday moral order in Bangladesh.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 40.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at: http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1267021465_working_paper_40_for_the_web.pdf  (Accessed 14 May 2012)

 

Jodhka, S.S. and Kumar, A (2010)  Religious mobilizations for development and social change: a comparative study of Dalit movements in Punjab and Maharshtra, India.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 47.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1288001529_working_paper_47___for_web.pdf     (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Kirmani, N. (2009)  Beyond the religious impasse: mobilizing for Muslim women’s rights in India.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 35.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:   http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1267021364_working_paper_35_for_the_web.pdf    (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Kroessin, M.R. (2008)  Concepts of development in “Islam”: a review of contemporary literature and practice.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 20.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:    http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1229939956_working_paper_20___web_file.pdf    (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Kroessin, M.R. (2009)  Mapping UK Muslim development NGOs.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 30.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:    http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1241771228_wp_30.pdf  (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Mahajan, G. and Jodhka, S.S. (2009)  Religions, democracy and governance: spaces for the marginalized in contemporary India.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 26.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:    http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1241771173_wp_26.pdf   (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Nair, P. (2009a) The State and madrasas in India.  Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 15.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:   http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1280142586_working_paper_15_for_the_web.pdf   (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Nair, P. (2009b) Religious political parties and their welfare work: relations between the RSS, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Vidya Bharati schools in India.   Religions and Development Research Programme.  WP 37.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:   http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1256735869_working_paper_37.pdf   (Accessed 16 May 2012)

 

Nazir-Ali, M. (2006)  Multiculturalism is to blame for perverting young Muslims.  Article in the Daily Telegraph newspaper.   Available at:  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/3627155/Multiculturalism-is-to-blame-for-perverting-young-Muslims.html  (Accessed 16 May 2012) 

 

Tatla, D.S. (2008)  Sikhism and development: a review.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 21.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at: http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1226574653_working_paper_21__web_version.pdf    (Accessed 17 May 2012)

 

Tomalin, E. (2007a)  Buddism and development: a background paper.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 18.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1202734681_WP18.pdf    (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

Tomalin, E. (2009)  Hinduism and international development: religions and development background paper.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 19.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at: http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1245229037_working_paper_19.pdf   (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

Waseem, M. and Mufti, M (2009)  Religion, politics and governance in Pakistan.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 27.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1245229076_working_paper_27.pdf    (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

WFDD (2012) Buddhism and development: communities in Cambodia working as partners.  Report.  World Faiths Development Dialogue.  January 2012.  Available at:  http://repository.berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/WFDD_Buddhism_and_Development.pdf  (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

White S.C. (2009b)  Domains of contestation: women’s empowerment and Islam in Bangladesh.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 36.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:   http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1256811199_working_paper_36___complete_file_for_web.pdf   (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

White S.C. (2010)  Religion, development and wellbeing in India.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 54.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1297864185_working_paper_54___complete_for_web.pdf   (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

Zaman, A. (2008) Islamic economics: a survey of the literature.  Religions and Development Research Programme (RDRP).  WP 22.   International Development Department, University of Birmingham.  Available at:  http://www.religionsanddevelopment.org/files/resourcesmodule/@random454f80f60b3f4/1226574692_working_paper_22___web_version.pdf   (Accessed 21 May 2012)

 

 

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