Women, Faith and Humanitarian Interventions

Blog

This webpage is dedicated to the blogs that have been written as part of the "Women, Faith and Humanitarian Interventions" project. The project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and is working in partnership with Global One in order to highlight the role that faith and gender play in situations of humanitarian crisis. It aims to provide solutions for problems currently faced by refugees, with a specific focus on religion and gender-based issues. This page is regularly updated to showcase the contributions of our collaborators on these issues. 

Shelanu Craft Collective: Thoughts from its members

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A report on the Shelanu (meaning 'belonging to us') in a workshop event.

WFHI and Global One travel to Za'atari Refugee Camp, Jordan

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Dr. Hanaa Albanna, International Initiatives Manager for Global One, talks about her visit to the camp.

Mary Nazzal-Batayneh: The Case for Cautious Optimism in Jordan

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Mary Nazzal-Batayneh is Jordanian barrister and activist. She founded the Landmark Hotel in Jordan, which has become not only a thriving business but a successful social impact project.

Women, Faith and Humanitarian Interventions

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Alice Tucker writes about her time working on the "Women, Faith and Humanitarian Interventions" project.
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