JLI’s Rethinking Religions & Development blog is a space for JLI members, partners, and staff to share their perspectives and experiences on issues relating to local faith actors in humanitarian, development, and peacebuilding work. 

The JLI Blog aims to also be a creative space – we invite our members and partners to not just share articles, but also photos, videos, artwork or poetry, that speaks to their experiences and the themes we seek to explore.

Our staff will share regular reflections from JLI’s various projects, research papers, and shared learning activities; our Global and Regional Hub Members will share the progress and insights from their Hub activities; and all our members and volunteers will be invited to share their reflections on religions and development.

While the JLI Blog will primarily be in English, where possible we will also seek to accommodate submissions in different languages.