The PaRD health work-stream in collaboration with Queen Margret University is planning a study that will produce faith-sensitive guidance for MHPSS. Individuals or representatives are invited to join the steering group for this research study.
We invite PaRD work-streams to submit proposals for collaboration to respond to the inequalities exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Deadline: 15.02.2021.
On Human Rights Day, 10th December 2020, PaRD members as Side by Side, Christian Aid, Religions for Peace and others co-host an interactive event at 15:00 – 16:30 GMT.
This week marks the start of the 16 Days of Activism campaign against Gender-Based Violence. A number of PaRD members are involved in hosting a series of events.
Webinar about findings from the two-year Bridge Builders project, which established a capacity sharing model between local faith actors interacting with international humanitarian actors - with LFA from South Sudan, November 24th, 13:30-14:30 GMT.
Health training for religious leaders in remote areas of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is what Rev. Siyani Zimba, working for World Vision as a Channels of Hope Specialist on Ebola and COVID-19 response, reports on in our PaRD Podcast.
The migrant workers have been hit the hardest in India, says Kuki Rokhum, director of Training and Mobilisation with the Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief (EFICOR) based in New Delhi, in our PaRD Podcast.
Strenghening opportunities for funding COVID-19 responses: A conversation between funding partners, implementing partners and analysts at the PaRD Virtual Annual Forum in September 2020.
Som-boon Chung-pram-pree, otherwise known as Moo, is the Executive Secretary for the International Network of Engaged Buddhists currently based in Thailand. In our PaRD Podcast he speaks about COVID-19 response in local communities.
In our PaRD Geneva Peace Week Podcast, Ms. Wah Wah Yu, Program Manager at the Spirit in Education Movement based in Yangon, Myanmar, speaks about the support religious actors can give to people in COVID-19 times.