Human Resource Development in Community Development : A Case Study within a Religious Community

@inproceedings{Budhwani2005HumanRD,
  title={Human Resource Development in Community Development : A Case Study within a Religious Community},
  author={Nadir N. Budhwani and Gary McLean},
  year={2005}
}
Events like the tragedy of September 11, 2001; wars in Afghanistan and Iraq; and global efforts to combat terrorism have contributed significantly to the need for understanding issues from a broad perspective. Human Resource Development (HRD) can contribute to this understanding and needs to be examined from cultural, regional, ethnic, and religious perspectives. This paper focuses on HRD’s roles in the development efforts of the Ismaili community, a sect within the Shia branch of Islam. 

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