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GEOLAB's "Religion and Public Policy" Program, seeks to promote a deeper understanding of issues at the intersection of religion and mainly Orthodoxy and public affairs.

The program conducts studies, empirical social science research, surveys, demographic studies and other social and political science research on a wide range of issues concerning religion, foreign policy and diplomacy. Nexus of these activities is Orthodoxy and its potential in offering solutions and shaping global consensus in world affairs. Reppublic is examining from the influence of religion on public politics and on global problems and threats to secular governance and the subsequent social restrictions. The program also covers a range of research issues that have to do with trends on church administration and finances, inter-church relations, education and church-state controversies.

"Reppublic" is organising a series of public lectures, symposia, conferences by esteemed personalities and qualified experts in the above issues. 

Symposium “Orthodoxy from the Ionian Islands to the Arctic”


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“Orthodox Universality and Local Cultural Identity”


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MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th Edition

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The second-largest religion in each state of the US

Christianity is by far the largest religion in the United States; more than three-quarters of Americans identify as Christians. A little more than half of us identify as Protestants, about 23 percent as Catholic and about  2 percent as Mormon.

But what about the rest?

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Sustaining Religious Harmony: The Dialogue Way – Analysis

Religiously-diverse societies are not necessarily fraught with conflict and violence as religious plurality can be compatible with social peace.

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Moral Responsibility in the WWW
N.D. Mamalos: Το Εξομολογητάριον του μοναχού Δανιήλ - Εισαγωγή για μία ιστορική πηγή του 19ου αιώνα
Corruption as a Governance Challenge and the Role of Civil Society
Ruth A. Roland: The Interpreters as Diplomats [translation Stavros Katsios]

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Professor Stavros Katsios

Postal Address:
P.O.Box 578, GR-49100 Corfu, Greece

Tel.: +30 26610 87900, 87903
Fax: +30 26610 87903