In this webinar, the members of the JLI/SVRI´s Faith, Spirituality, Religion and GBV Hub Leadership Council discuss the new approach of the Hub and share its objectives and research agenda for the period 2022 - 2024.
The GBV AoR Community of Practice with JLI/SVRI Faith & GBV Hub, the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham and EQUISTY Gender Lab held a webinar to explore and exchange information with GBV practitioners on how to better understand how religion, faith, and spirituality can shape GBV survivors’ resilience, recovery, wellbeing and vulnerability.
Peer-to-Peer learning webinar co-hosted by OHCHR, UNFPA, UNWOMEN and The JLI/SVRI Faith and GBV Hub.
The JLI/SVRI Faith and GBV Hub was officially launched on 2 December 2020 with an online event, hosted by SVRI, and featuring contributions from Elizabeth Dartnall (Executive Director, SVRI), Kirsten Laursen Muth (CEO, JLI), Dr Elisabet Le Roux (Stellenbosch University) and Prabu Deepan (Tearfund).
Speakers: Professor David Tombs, University of Otago, and Shahin Ashraf, Islamic Relief Worldwide. Moderated by Dr Elisabet le Roux, Stellenbosch University.
Speakers: Dr. Iman Bibars: Regional Director – Ashoka Arab World, Vice President – Ashoka Global. Moderated by Lucy Gardner, JLI Gender-Based Violence Learning Hub Coordinator.
Elisabet le Roux for JLI GBV Hub Research conducted for the PaRD SDG 3 Gender Equality and Empowerment Workstream.
Speakers: Elisabeth le Roux, Brenda Bartelink. Discussion led by Elizabeth Dartnall and Natalia Lester-Bush.