The JLI is supporting the Consortium on Nurturing Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence as a knowledge partner. Learning from your program could help influence other organizations to integrate values and spirituality into their work. JLI will synthesize the evidence to help suggest further research and document prioritized case studies.

We are looking for practices and project interventions targeting children in the early years from 0 to 8 and including children with disabilities, boys & girls, children living in fragile environments; The practices aim to showcase how nurturing spirituality is integrated in early childhood interventions and how this factor can contribute to spiritual development, improved childhood outcomes and to preventing and decreasing violence against children in the early years. Interventions can also showcase how faith leaders and faith communities have mobilized to challenge cultural and social norms condoning violence in the early years, thus contributing to overall violence reduction.

Please take a few minutes to answer these six questions below and share any relevant evaluations or reports.

Please send your response by May 22, 2020

If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

 

About The Consortium on Nurturing Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence

The Consortium on Nurturing Values and Spirituality in Early Childhood for the Prevention of Violence shares good practices and develops evidence-based and innovative approaches to nurture spiritual development in the early years. Launched in 2018, it brings together and fosters collaboration among civil society and faith-based organizations, religious communities, multilateral organizations, academia and individual experts.

In 2019, the Consortium conducted five roundtable discussions and mappings to identify good practices in Sri Lanka, India, Lebanon, Kenya and Brazil. The Consortium is now refining the learning from this into a toolkit on the spiritual development of children in the early years and your experience is invaluable.

 

By completing this form you agree that the JLI can use the case studies in its evidence dissemination work, with due recognition of your organization.
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  • Include if possible results that convey both the numerical/statistical measurement of the program/project's impact and non-numerical/ descriptive findings
  • Recommendations for good practices based on this case study findings. This might include reflection on its strengths and weaknesses, the main things that changed over the course of the program/project, the main impacts of the program/projects, and if the goals were achieved.
  • Please upload any research reports, evaluations, briefs, photos, infographics etc. that support the case study here

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