Religion & Ethics Newsweekly's Japan Coverage

March 23rd, 2011

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly takes a look at the Japan disaster from a new angle, with a focus on the humanitarian response and relief efforts, and the role religion is playing  in how the nation is coping with the crisis.

Here, Bob Abernathy discusses the scale of the relief efforts by international aid groups:

Read Jeffrey L. Richey’s piece exploring how Japanese perceptions of disaster are rooted in traditional religious culture, and how this has impacted their response to the tragedy.