Piece written for the World Economic Forum blog, given Seiple's twenty-year old book on humanitarian intervention, and IGE's experience over the last 18 months working with 13 partners in 5 countries—to help rescue, restore, and return those persecuted by ISIS—impacting over 125,000 people.
Below is written by a Christian for a Christian audience. But we trust that no matter your faith, you will be encouraged to think about how—together—we can move from dealing with “symptoms” to root causes.
This blog provides a rationale for why faith is vital to understanding and addressing the nine global challenges identified by the World Economic Forum
A safe haven on the Nineveh Plain for Sunnis, Christians, and Yazidis would not only protect them—stemming the flow of refugees—it would also delegitimize ISIS in two ways.
Dr. .Seiple's thoughts regarding the refugees fleeing war in Iraq and Syria. He presents three options: Evacuate, Emigrate and Enable. The first two options deal with symptoms the last with root causes.
A religious freedom advocate looks at the factors that keep faith communities resilient in conflict.
New at Cornerstone: IGE’s Hope Zigterman on European values and the migration crisis