In March 2019 Dr. Estella Carpi, Research Associate of the Southern Responses to Displacement project, gave a lecture entitled ‘The Displacement of Religious Authorities from Syria and their Involvement in Aid Provision: Looking Beyond Humanitarianism’ at the Lebanese American University. There she presented preliminary findings of the Southern Responses to Displacement project and drew on her longstanding research into faith-based organizations and faith leaders working in Syria. In this post, Fidaa Al Fakih, Research and Project Assistant at the Lebanese American University, summarises Dr. Carpi’s lecture. You can access the slides for this lecture here: DRAFS_Estella Carpi LAU Byblos March 27 2019
This blog was posted on 29/04/2019
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Beyond Humanitarianism Paradigm: The Effect of Displacement on Religious Authorities
By Fidaa Al Fakih
Lebanese American University’s (LAU’s) Institute for Social Justice and Conflict Resolution…
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