The Religion and Policy Journal, identified by the ISSN 3031-1004, serves as an inclusive and influential platform for rigorous research and comprehensive analysis of the intricate relationship between religion and public policy. This scholarly endeavor, dedicated to promoting diversity and understanding, welcomes contributions from a wide array of academic, religious, and cultural backgrounds. Through a meticulous review process, the journal ensures the publication of original and high-quality content, fostering a nuanced exploration of topics such as religious freedom, the state's relationship with religion, and various socio-cultural dimensions. By encouraging comparative research between religions, the Religion and Policy Journal aims to deepen our understanding of interreligious dynamics and contribute to global conversations on religious policies. Notably, the journal transcends traditional academic boundaries by actively bridging the gap between theory and practice, presenting research findings that hold practical implications for policymakers. Accessible through subscription and open access, the journal demonstrates a commitment to inclusivity, ensuring that its valuable research and analyses reach a broad audience, thus contributing significantly to the discourse on religion's role in shaping contemporary societal policies

 

Journal title Religion and Policy Journal
Abbreviation Relig. Policy J
DOI Prefix 10.15575/rpj by Crossref
Frequency Two issues per year (July and December)
Online ISSN 3031-1004
Editor-in-chief Prof Ahmad Ali Nurdin
Managing Editor Muhammad Andi Septiadi
Publisher FISIP UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Citation Analysis Google Scholar, Dimensions

 

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Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): Religion and Policy Journal
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This issue has been available online since 13 October 2023. All articles in this issue (5 original research articles) were authored/co-authored by 6 authors from 4 countries (Indonesia, Pakistan, Nigeria, and India).

Published: 2023-10-19

  • A Comprehensive Literature Review on the Role of Religion in Public Policy

    Muhammad Andi Septiadi
    1-7
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/rpj.v1i1.426
  • Challenges of Multiculturalism: Integration of Religion in State Policy

    Neng Nur Annisa, Nabila Tabassum
    8-15
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/rpj.v1i1.433
  • Tensions between Religion and Policy: Navigating the Public Sphere

    Usman Sambo
    16-21
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/rpj.v1i1.432
  • The Evolution of Religious Influence on Policy: A Review of Historical and Contemporary Studies

    Babayo Sule
    22-26
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/rpj.v1i1.431
  • Religion and Governance: Examining the Intersection in Contemporary Politics

    Mayurakshee Gangopadhyay
    27-33
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/rpj.v1i1.427
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