Category: Faith Perspective
Together we have served humanity for over 25 years, striving to make the world a better, fairer place. Looking ahead, from now until 2015, we aim to build on our strengths, learn from our experiences and bring about real social change. Guided by our faith, we work to help vulnerable communities meet the big challenges in their lives. We do this by taking an integrated approach; looking at the wider context and causes of their needs and promoting sustainable development outcomes. We are determined to empower marginalised people with a strong voice that argues powerfully for the change they need to transform their lives.
Right across the Islamic Relief global family,our strategy focuses our resources, planning and programming on achieving these important aims.
We will continue to work in partnership with those that share our vision of a world in which empowered and socially responsible communities respond as one to the suffering of others. We will also continue to develop as an excellent service provider and policy leader, representing our faith and providing guidance on a range of critical social issues. Our Global Strategy 2011-2015 outlines how we aim to deliver on our promises and fulfil our duty to mankind, and ultimately, to God.
Download this eBook and learn about:
- Islamic Relief’s mission and vision
- Our core values which are taken from Prophetic guidance
- The aims of Islamic Relief and our promises
The Islamic Climate Change Declaration Toolkit
Identity-based giving: A case study of Islamic Relief
Islamic Relief Policy on Climate Change
Lessons from Islamic finance for socially, economically, and environmentally just outcomes in the Financing for Sustainable Development Process
Human Development in Islam
The Rights of Forced Migrants in Islam
Working in Conflict: A Faith Based Toolkit for Islamic Relief
Islam & Conflict Transformation 2013: Conference Report
Islamic Relief Worldwide’s Integrated Sustainable Development Programme
Madrasah Education: Protecting and Educating Children in Islam