Inequalities and faith are two of the research priorities of HAD. Within the Inequalities Research Priority, we currently mostly work on gender. In this blog post, Madison Gough and Ravina Ishtiaq bridge these two research priorities, by critically examining the link between FGM, culture and religion and discussing the role of faith actors in countering […]
‘Mental health matters’: the need to acknowledge mental health and promote wellbeing in the humanitarian sector Despite the fact that more than a quarter of us will experience mental health issues at some point in our lives, mental health is very much a taboo topic in society as a whole and in the humanitarian […]
Today is the 10thanniversary of the World Humanitarian Day, and this 2019 is dedicated to celebrating Women Humanitarians who have contributed in making the world a better place. This campaign recognises how women strengthen the delivery of aid all over the world with a uniqueness and perseverance that only they have. According to the UN, […]
July 31, 2019 Talent Development: What Are We All About? Talent Management Many of Islamic Relief’s (IR) leaders have felt the impact of Dr Hany El-Banna’s commitment to talent development within IR since 1984. Dr Hany instinctively believed in developing and retaining talent as a way of strengthening the organisation, and applied his belief by […]
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