Gender, Religion and Humanitarian Responses to Refugees Policy brief summarises key points and recommendations for policy, practise and research emerging from debate and discussion that took place at the workshop- 13th May 2016
- It is a time for open and equal dialogue between organisation –FBO and secular orgs to build meaningful operations partnerships that are based on solidarity, cooperation and integrations
- Faith is commonly viewed as a problem or a solution in displaced situations. Religion itself does not have agency, but people who act on the basis of the different beliefs, identities and interpretation of religious principles are the agents. FBOs and LFCs should be recognised and approached as actors who play a diverse role in the different complicated solutions.