• WELCOMING THE STRANGER CONSULTATIONS BY FAITH ACTORS IN AFRICA REPORT

    In partnership with the Lutheran World Federation (LWF), Faith to Action Network organised a series of regional consultations with faith actors in the East and Horn of Africa, Southern Africa and Northern Africa regions. The three consultations brought together 78 faith actors to share personal experiences and perspectives, best practices,

  • Communique on World Refugee Day

    We, the members and Friends of Faith to Action Network; Gathered here in Geneva Switzerland attending the International Conference entitled ‘Welcoming the Stranger and Shaping the Future’ ; Acknowledging and celebrating the important World Refugee Day observed on the 20th of June annually; Concerned, by the ever-increasing number of displaced

  • Statement on the Day of the African Child

    Faith to Action Network Steering Council and its members would like to join the African Continent and the rest of the world in commemorating the Day of the African Child. The African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, established under Articles 32 and 33 of

  • Faith to Action Network News Alert_Issue 2

    Faith to Action Network wishes to share with you our bi-weekly news alerts featuring stories from our network, upcoming events, a case study and job opportunities that might be of interest to you. We hope that the stories we have been sending have been insightful and that you have enjoyed

  • Connect with Faith to Action Network Member – Ibrahimia Media Center (IMC)

    Who is IMC?    Ibrahimia Media Center (IMC) is a faith-based organization, affiliated with the Evangelical Fellowship of Egypt. It was established in 2005 in Alexandria- Egypt to support the Arab communities enjoying a better quality of life. IMC’s vision is to spread the principles of heaven’s kingdom in the

  • Communities Richer in Diversity (CRID) Project Closure

    Faith to Action Network took part in a closure  meeting for the project Communities Richer in Diversity (CRID). The partners discussed the complexities and dynamics of the different approaches each undertook in their context. They emphasized that strained interfaith relations mediated by deeply rooted cultural factors related to multiple and

  • Youth Leading the Change in Palestine

                                        Empowered young people play a critical role in the development of communities. Young people need to be imparted with vital skills that enable communities to thrive, especially in areas concerning youth. Young

  • Youth for Change, Sexual Reproductive Health, and Rights in Malawi

    Given their trusted and strong presence, there is tremendous potential for faith organizations to influence people’s choices on family health and wellbeing. However, some faith leaders and institutions do not always feel free to have honest and open discussions with adolescents and youth. In particular, talking about sex, sexuality, and

  • IMPACT BRIEF:COMMUNITIES RICHER IN DIVERSITY – UGANDA

    The people of Yumbe district in Uganda are predominantly Muslim (76%) with a large Christian minority (24%). Yumbe and the entirety of the West Nile region was severely affected by both phases of the Ugandan civil war, through from 1979 to 2000, with various armed groups recruiting their combatants from

  • IMPACT BRIEF: COMMUNITIES RICHER IN DIVERSITY – SOUTH SUDAN

    South Sudanese religious actors have legitimacy and play important peacebuilding roles, but have limited influence. Nonetheless, Christians are divided into small churches established along ethnic lines, and there is ethnic-line voting in the election of bishops (USIP, 2019). To a certain extent, religious affiliation correlates to ethnic identification and geographical