The Program has established strong and sustained partnerships with the following humanitarian, cultural, and scholarly organizations.
Our Bridging Voices project focuses on the themes of Religion and Social Justice, to examine the role of faith in humanitarian assistance for refugees and migrants.
Our multidisciplinary research team works on the science of early childhood development and peacebuilding. We inform global policies to help prevent violence and build new generations of reconciliation.
Our multidisciplinary research team evaluated community-based programming (launched as part of the No Lost Generation initiative), working with Mercy Corps, an international nongovernmental organization which has adopted an explicit focus on resilience in complex crises.
Our international research team produced the first Arabic-language Child and Youth Resilience Scale, to work with refugee and non-refugee communities in the Middle East Region, in ways that assessed the individual, family, and community-wide dimensions of human experience.
We partner with this award-winning Foundation, which runs the flagship We Love Reading program, training local adult volunteers to read to children in their native language, to work with refugee and host communities in Jordan.