Good Practices with Local Faith Communities Submission
DEADLINE EXTENDED, 30th April 2018
The JLI Refugee Hub is working alongside UNHCR to undertake an analysis of Good Practice Examples of Local Faith Community Responses to Refugees as part of the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) and Global Compact on Refugees processes.
The first stage of the research will identify and examine one or more examples of good practice in each of 7 case study countries:
Honduras, Mexico, Central African Republic, Uganda, Lebanon, Germany, and Bangladesh.
The good practice case studies will be communicated to UNHCR. We will also be working with local researchers to conduct up to 30 interviews with refugees, hosts, and faith leaders in each country to provide evidence from primary research on the good practice case studies. In order to identify good practice case studies, we invite you to submit for consideration good practice examples and recommended interviewees from the 7 countries.
The form will ask you to provide some brief information on the case as well as interview recommendations in the country. The initial findings will be presented at the UNHCR NGO consultations at the end of June.
Please complete the form by COB Eastern Standard Time on the 30th April 2018.
We hope to invite key religious leaders from the case study countries to the events in late June/early July. Please add suggestions to the interview recommendations on the form, identifying them as a religious leader.
We would be grateful if you could circulate this invitation to your colleagues and networks in or with knowledge of the 7 countries.
Again, the link to the form
We will be in touch again in due course to provide further information about the next stage in this 18-month action-research project. This will include capacity building and training elements.
With many thanks and all best wishes,
Dr. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh Atallah Fitzgibbon
University College London Islamic Relief Worldwide
JLI Refugee Hub Co-chairs