Learning Hubs narrow the focus of enquiry about evidence for faith groups’ activities and contributions to community health and wellbeing to selected sub-topics. Each Learning Hub is made up of expert stakeholders including practitioners, policy makers and academics and is led by Co-Chairs drawn from those sectors.
Learning Hubs through shared learning:
- Review, map, and assess what is already known about the role and impact of faith groups on the health and well-being of local communities
- Work to effectively communicate existing evidence in ways that engage and inform key stakeholders;
- Work with policy makers and practitioners to identify gaps in knowledge and needs for evidence;
- Secure leadership and funding for focused research to fill those gaps;
- Communicate these findings to policy makers and practitioners to inform full and appropriate engagement of faith groups in local community health and development.
The JLI Learning Hubs currently focus on
|Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery||Ending Violence Against Children||Gender-based Violence||Mobilization of Local Faith Communities||Refugees & Forced Migration|