Learning Hubs are multi-religious, interdisciplinary, collaborative learning platforms for practitioners, policymakers, academics and other experts to engage key stakeholders in religion and development.
Hubs focus on increasing the evidence of faith engagement to inform and improve policy and practice between faith groups, humanitarian, and development communities. Leading experts from different sectors co-chair each Learning Hub.
Learning Hubs work through shared learning:
Review, map, and assess what is already known about the role and impact of faith groups in development, health and well-being of local communities.
Current JLI Learning Hubs:
|Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery||Ending Violence Against Children||Gender-based Violence||Mobilization of Local Faith Communities||Refugees & Forced Migration|
Inactive Hub Resources:
- Peace and Conflict (2014-2016) Faith-based Interventions in Peace, Conflict and Violence: A Scoping Study
- HIV and Maternal Health (2013-2015) Scoping Study on HIV Maternal Health: Faith groups’ activities, contributions, and impact
- Immunization (2014-2014) Scoping Report: Local Faith Communities and Immunization for Community and Health Systems Strengthening
- Resilience (2012-2016) Scoping Study on Local faith communities and the promotion of resilience in humanitarian situations
Other thematic areas