Developing the knowledge of members and their national counterparts through mutual capacity building and learning.

Learning Space objectives:

  • Host learning topics that are dedicated to learning and capacity sharing that complements EU-CORD’s programme portfolio through workshops, seminars, and roundtables.
  • Give members the opportunity to showcase their knowledge and expertise.
  • Make use of the virtual learning environment to enable a wide range of staff and national civil society counterparts to participate.

Details of activities hosted by the Learning Space can be found on our Events Page at the following link:  https://www.eu-cord.org/events/.

All these events are open to our members and their national civil society counterparts. Events open to a broader audience will be clearly stated.

EU-CORD Learning Space | autumn workshop series

Following the success of our pilot workshops and seminars earlier in the year which resulted in 9 seminars with over 300 people participating from across EU-CORDs membership (both members and their partners), we have developed the EU-CORD Learning Space concept. Improving the practice and capacity of members through knowledge sharing, mutual learning and joint innovation […]

Covid-19 Webinar

The Pentecostal World Fellowship are inviting faith-leaders engaged in Covid-19 response to join this webinar. We already seen that faith actors played a significant role in responding to the ebola crisis – now we come together to share and respond to Covid-19 impacts. This Pandemic has proven to be unlike anything the church world has […]

EU-CORD joins PaRD

EU-CORD is pleased to announce that we have been accepted as a member of PaRD: International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development. More than 80% of the global population affiliates with a religion. Religious values and beliefs influence the thoughts and actions of billions of people. Religious actors contribute daily and significantly to sustainable development […]

Help a Child – Protection Power

At our General Assembly, Help a Child presented a new and innovative piece of jewellery that incorporates some exciting technology. Sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) is widespread. Worldwide one out of three women (35%) experiences physical and/or sexual violence. This is why gender equality and women’s empowerment is mentioned as a priority in the 2030 […]

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