GBV AoR Community of Practice with JLI/SVRI Faith & GBV Hub, the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at University of Birmingham and EQUISTY Gender Lab held a webinar on June 3, 2021, to explore and exchange information with GBV practitioners on how to better understand how religion, faith, and spirituality can shape GBV survivors’ resilience, recovery, wellbeing and vulnerability.

This webinar provided a platform for learning exchange and examined the involvement of faith concerns in GBV service provision and made suggestions for how the humanitarian sector might respond. Speakers discussed the impact of religion on GBV survivor’s experiences and discussed interventions that might inform future GBV policy and practice to support survivors in humanitarian and forced migration contexts.