Summary of the Mobilisation Hub Meeting in Dublin

Dec 7 at 6pm

Public event at Trinity College Dublin Loyola Institute and Irish School of Ecumenics (ISE/LI) on Faith, Secularism and Humanitarian Engagement with Prof. Alastair Ager  at the ISE/LI Building, hosted by Prof. Linda Hogan.

 

Dec 8 Mobilization of Local Faith Communities Hub Meeting

 

Hub Co-Chairs:

Catriona Dejean, Tearfund, [email protected]

Christo Greyling, World Vision International, [email protected]

Please click here for full meeting agenda

Goals:

  • Increase understanding of the role, capacities, activities and contributions of LFCs to community development and humanitarian needs
  • Strengthen empowerment of LFCs as agents of change through increased capacities, resources, and partnerships
  • Position LFCs for opportunities relating to trend towards “localization of aid”

Case Study Presentations and Abbreviated Agenda for call in

Morning session- Summary of Research Questions from Pre-survey

11:30am- 1:00pm

  1. Evidence for contributions of LFCs to community development and humanitarian needs (Case studies from organizations and Q&A) Facilitation: Rachel Carnegie* Please refer to pre-meeting materials for organization resources

Q&A 30 minutes

 

2:00- 4:00pm

2. Evidence for contributions of LFCs to community development and humanitarian needs Part 2

 

Additional partner organization case studies and resources:

 

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