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Over 100 participants logged on to “SMC Network Inspirational Day” – our international and digital adaptation of the annual membership days.
An evaluation of our special investment in resilience 2017-2021 shows that the initiative has promoted collaborations in our network and that the concept of “resilience” is valuable for putting into words a work that is already being done, often linked to the nexus issues.
A book about the Bible and the climate revolutionized her way of thinking. Since then, Dr. Ruth Valerio has devoted her life to climate change. At our annual membership days in February, she is one of the keynote speakers.
There are now new guidelines for cooperation between SMC and the member organizations on long-term development cooperation in civil society (CivSam).
In the shadow of the covid-19 pandemic, religious actors must cooperate regardless of their faith. This is according to Professor Azza Karam, who is one of the keynote speakers at our annual membership days in February.
Internationally renowned Religion and Diplomacy draws attention to our latest report in an interview with Kristina Patring, our advisor on religious freedom.
He comes from a large family with eight siblings. But three of them died of AIDS. That’s when Mike Mutungi began to take an interest in questions about young people’s health.
Juan Pablo Córtes was 18 years old when he refused to do military service on the grounds of conscience. A decision that has affected his life in several ways.
Next year, SMC – Faith in Development will co-finance 57 international development efforts. 16 member organisations have been granted funds of over SEK 270 million for work mainly in Africa and Asia.
In crisis situations such as a pandemic, good leadership is needed. That’s why I’m so excited about our newly started series of webinars focusing on leadership, organizational development and how our faith plays a part.