October 16-19th, 2018 – Rome, Italy
ACT Alliance, ADRA, Anglican Alliance, Arigatou International, Islamic Relief Worldwide, Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities, Mennonite World Conference, Micah Global, The Salvation Army, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, World Council of Churches, World Evangelical Alliance and World Vision believe that by working together we can end violence against children in all its forms.
October 16-18, the Global Partners Forum on Children on the Move will be held in Rome, Italy. The Global Partners Forum provides a platform to bring together a diverse group of faith-based organisations. Partners will reflect on their respective contributions to end violence against children as it relates to children on the move (children or young people and their families who are forcibly displaced internally or refugees).
Relevant forum conference documents:
|Faith Action Children on the Move PROGRAMME||Faith Action Children on the Move PROGRAMME|
|Forum Brochure (with Draft Action Plan and Recommendations)||Brochure del Forum (Piano d’Azione Bozze Raccomandazioni per i Policy Maker)|
|Forum Information and Logistics Note|
|Theological Foundation and Framework: Christian Perspective||Quadro Teologico|
- Strengthening the Continuum for Child Protection
- Spiritual Support to children and caregivers as a source of healing and resilience
- Building Peaceful Societies and combating xenophobia
Read the Learning Briefs (in English and Italian)
To ensure the Forum has a sound evidence base, the Global Forum Partners with the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI), an international collaborative group working on the evidence around faith and development, compiled evidence and analyze current response, program approaches, best practices, policy frameworks, and advocacy efforts. *Please feel free to upload & send additional resources as well
For general questions about the forum, contact: [email protected] or see current website Children on the Move Website and the Global Refugee Forum