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Report of the First South Asia Regional Strategic Faith Engagement Forum for Positive Change for Children

The First South Asia Regional Strategic Faith Engagement Forum for Positive Change for Children (FPCC), Families and Communities was held from the 8th to 10th May 2022 in Kathmandu, Nepal. For a detailed experience of the meeting, please see Annex 1 which captures the proceedings as per the Forum program. ...

COVID-19: Addressing Violence Against Children and Women

Series 4: Resource Guide for Religious Leaders and Faith Communities Violence against children and women increases during emergencies, conflicts, and health crises. The COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. Infection prevention measures that require staying at home have brought on a wave of increased ...

Faith Communities’ Contribution to Ending Violence Against Children

Children thrive in strong communities, equipped and strengthened to address child protection challenges. Faith leaders, their spouses and faith communities play a critical role in shaping community social norms and catalysing shifts in attitudes and behaviours that can protect children more effectively. World ...

Seen but not heard? Engaging the mechanisms of faith to end violence against children

Chapter in the book: Childhood Vulnerabilities in South Africa - Some Ethical Perspectives In South Africa today, many children face high levels of physical, sexual, verbal and emotional abuse, as well as sustained neglect and exploitation. Families and homes, despite their protective possibilities, often ...

Ending Violence Against Children while Addressing the Global Climate Crisis

Working paper 591 The world is facing multiple challenges with huge impacts on humanity, requiring action from citizens, policy-makers and activists. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets demonstrate the scale and ambition of the current global agenda. Many of these issues are ...

The Tamar Campaign

This book invites you to consider Gender-Based Violence from a biblical perspective as it relates to your life and context. It has been prepared under the guidance of the Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and the Horn of Africa (FECCLAHA) on behalf of the Tamar Campaign Working ...

Diálogo Intergeneracional Multirreligioso Sobre la Participación Infantil Resumen del Evento

La participación infantil es un pilar fundamental para prevenir y poner fin a la violencia contra los niños y las niñas. El Centro de aprendizaje Para poner Fin a la Violencia contra la Niñez (EVAC) de JLI invitó a niños y niñas de todo el mundo a compartir sus reflexiones sobre la participación infantil, durante ...

JLI EVAC Hub Event: Seen But Not Heard – A Multi-religious Intergenerational Dialogue on Child Participation

Intergenerational Dialogue on Child Participation: Event Summary Child participation is a central pillar in preventing and ending violence against children. The JLI’s Ending Violence Against Children (EVAC) Learning Hub invited children from around the world to share their reflections of child participation, ...

VISTOS PERO NO ESCUCHADOS: UNA SERIE EN 3 PARTES PARA LEVANTAR LAS VOCES DE LOS NIÑOS Y LAS NIÑAS PARA PONER FIN A LA VIOLENCIA

Ejemplos Prácticos de Participación Infantil: Resumen del Evento La participación infantil es un pilar fundamental para prevenir y poner fin a la violencia contra los niños y las niñas. Muchas tradiciones de fe ofrecen perspectivas críticas sobre la importancia de una participación significativa de los niños y ...

JLI EVAC Hub Event: Seen But Not Heard – Practical Examples of Child Participation

Practical Examples of Child Participation: Event Summary Child participation is a central pillar in preventing and ending violence against children. Many faith traditions offer critical perspectives on the importance of meaningful child participation. Yet the practical application of child participation in faith ...

Building an Evidence-Base: Meaningful Faith Engagement to End Violence Against Children

A common value shared across diverse people of faith is the belief that each person, regardless of age, has infinite value, dignity and worth. The responsibility to care for and protect vulnerable children also forms an explicit mandate in many faith traditions. Although violence against children is a global ...

Perspectivas Multireligiosas sobre la Participación Infantil: Resumen del Evento

La participación infantil es un pilar fundamental para prevenir y poner fin a la violencia contra los niños y las niñas. Muchas tradiciones religiosas ofrecen perspectivas críticas sobre la importancia de una participación significativa de los niños y las niñas, su dignidad y valor inherentes como miembros ...
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An international collaboration on evidence for faith actors’ activities, contributions, and challenges to achieving humanitarian and development goals. Founded in 2012, JLI came together with a single shared conviction: there is an urgent need to build our collective understanding, through evidence, of faith actors in humanitarianism and development.