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Resilience  |  Spirituality, Meaning and Purpose

Humanitarians enter the field, in part, due to values deeply rooted in their spirituality. While global humanitarians represent many different faith perspectives, they grapple with similar questions in response to evil, suffering, and injustice. In spite of this, research shows that those with a deep sense of spirituality are also more resilient in the face of trauma. The resources below affirm spirituality as a vital humanitarian asset, and offer ways to feed, sustain, and explore the impact of this work on personal spirituality.

Spirituality, Meaning and Purpose
Read about our online Stress & Resilience Course
PDF  English
Spirituality And Humanitarian Work (Certificate Course)

Most humanitarian workers experience a connection between their personal spirituality and their work. This module will help you explore how your beliefs and your work intersect with each other, learn about common spiritual challenges and reactions, and identify practices that can help you thrive in the face of spiritual challenges.

PDF  English
Peace By Piece Spirituality Series (Daily Self-Care Tips)

Brief reflections that are designed to help you reflect on life, work, goals, habits and relationships.

PDF  English  |  Spanish
Journaling: Questions For Humanitarian Workers

Writing can help you document your struggles and triumphs, capture things you want to remember, and understand how you have grown and changed as a result of your experiences. We invite you to download this free PDF book

PDF  English
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