A recent blog post by one of PADF's partners, Facing History and Ourselves, sheds light on the issue of religious diversity in Latin America. While most people think Latin America isn’t very diverse, it’s home to one of the most religiously-diverse countries in the world: Suriname.
In “What Exactly is Meant by Religious Diversity,” Dr. Yael Siman, founder of Nenemi Paxia in Mexico and a scholar at University of Chicago, examines the ways in which stereotypes and assumptions affect the way we view the world. Siman writes:
A collaboration between PADF, Facing History and other civil society organizations, the “Cree en la Tolerancia” project is an online platform that serves as a clearinghouse for information related to religious tolerance—including anti-Semitism—in Latin America.