Post author: Jennifer Philippa Eggert
Jennifer Philippa Eggert is a researcher and practitioner working on development, conflict, and migration, with a focus on gender, faith, and local approaches. She is a Senior Research Associate at the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities, where much of her work so far has focused on Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning (MEAL), and faith. She is also co-convenor of the Development Studies Association’s Religions and Development Study Group and a member of the Ethics Committee of the DRIVE project which focuses on social exclusion and extremism in Europe, led by the University of Leiden. She regularly publishes in academic and policy/practice-focused outlets.
This CREID Working Paper, by Jennifer P. Eggert, Maryam Kanwer and Jaffer A. Mirza, discusses inequalities caused or exacerbated by religious diversity in displacement and…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
It’s almost been a year since the Taliban swiftly regained power in Afghanistan, which led to a new exodus of refugees, many of whom sought…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
This is the video of an event organised by CREID as part of the Civil Society Fringe events for the International Ministerial Conference on Freedom…VIEW THIS RESOURCE
What’s the best way to include religious diversity in humanitarian settings? Olivia Wilkinson and Jennifer Philippa Eggert, from the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and…VIEW THIS RESOURCE