There are many ways to promote FORB! On this page you can explore 15 tactics for making change and discover a range of tools developed for different audiences and purposes.
15 tactics for promoting FORB
Discover tactics to help you to respond to emergencies, advocate for long term change, build skills and networks or find justice and healing for people affected by violations. And be inspired by stories from across the world of people using the tactics.
Regardless of your role, context analysis is an essential basis for the development of any strategy to promote change. Here you can find a range of tools to help you develop a FORB context analysis.
Tools for religious literacy
Religious literacy is a key competence for people in many professions. Moving beyond a basic knowledge of religions, religious litercy is the ability to understand and navigate in a landscape where religious ideas and actors influence social norms, structures and the way in which change happens.
Tools for raising awareness
Do you lead a faith community, women’s group or youth group?
Are you a teacher or adult educator?
Do you facilitate civil society workshops or run trainings for officials?
Discover resources to help you explain and promote FORB in ways that speak to your audience.
Integrating FORB perspectives and tackling religious inequalities is important for development effectiveness – regardless of whether your work relates to health, education, gender equality, civic space or climate change.
Tools for faith communities
Here you’ll find links to both tools for theological reflection as well as codes of conduct and guidelines of particular use to religious communities.
Tools for decisionmakers
States bear responsibility for ensuring that human rights are realised. Here you can find resources to help you in your role as a human rights duty bearer.
Tools for using the law to promote FORB
Legal approaches to promoting FORB include work for legal reform, legal challenges, and support for victims of violations as they seek justice and compensation.
Tools for the media
Guidance to help you report on religion related issues in ways that support freedom of religion or belief for all, freedom of expression and equality.
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