UCL Migration Programmes Unit | POLICY BRIEF

There is increasing interest in the roles played by faith-based organisations (FBOs) and local faith communities (LFCs) in providing assistance and protection to refugees and asylum-seekers. However, this interest is often This Policy Brief may be downloaded for personal programmes purposes. However any additional reproduction for other purposes, in hard copy or electronically, requires the consent of the author(s). If cited or quoted, reference should be made to the full name of the author(s), the title, the policy brief series, the year and the UCL Migration Programmes Unit as publisher.

This Policy Brief summarises key points and recommendations for policy, practice and programmes emerging from a Workshop on Gender, Religion and Humanitarian Responses to Refugees convened at University College London (UCL) in May 2016. The Workshop was generously funded by a Special Grant awarded by The Henry Luce Foundation. The views expressed in this Policy Brief are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of UCL’s Migration Programmes Unit.


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