Community Hope Action Teams Drive Change: Thematic Brief for the FCC EVAC Research
Tuesday, November 2, 2021
This is a thematic brief for the Faith Communities Contribution to Ending Violence against Children Research between World Vision International, Queen Margaret University, and Columbia University.
Research shows how engaged and motivated faith communities can make big changes for children in their communities. This brief explores the important role of Community Hope Action Teams (CHATs) as the driving engine of change in the CoH for CP model. It showcases the variety of actions taken by CHATs in their communities to help protect children, common characteristics of effective CHATs, and testimonies from CHAT members themselves.