If you have any questions about the Religious and Spiritual Lives project, please get in touch with the country research team or the Principal Investigator, Dominic Pasura or use the contact form below.

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    Profile of Peace Building and Community Development Initiative (PEBCOD)

    PEBCOD is a development focus Non-Governmental, not for profit, and non-political organization based in Calabar, Cross River State. Registered with the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission, PEBCOD uses integrated approaches to facilitate peace and implement health and developmental programmes in communities.  Focus areas include reproductive health and gender, HIV/AIDS, drug and substance abuse, women/youth empowerment, and child labour/trafficking. A researcher and an academic leads the organization’s team of dedicated colleagues and volunteers that collaborate and partners with institutions and organizations in our core programs.

    The engagement and partnership with the University of Glasgow on the project is inline with the mandates of the organization.

    RESPONSIBLE PERSON FOR THE PARTNERSHIP: DR. (MRS.) VERONICA AKWENABUAYE UNDELIKWO

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    Participate in our research

    To help explore the role of religion and spirituality in constructing youth identities

     

    If you
    • live in Birmingham or London
    • are aged between 15-35
    • have a Nigerian or Zimbabwean background
    • have lived in the UK for 5+ years
    then we would like to hear from you
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    Participate in our research

    To help explore the role of religion and spirituality in constructing youth identities

     

    If you
    • live in Lagos
    • are aged between 15-35
    • have a Nigerian background
    • have 1 or both parents living abroad
    then we would like to hear from you

    Note: the following links are not yet live but please check back soon

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    Participate in our research

    To help explore the role of religion and spirituality in constructing youth identities

     

    If you
    • live in Harare
    • are aged between 15-35
    • have a Zimbabwean background
    • have 1 or both parents living abroad
    then we would like to hear from you

    Note: the following links are not yet live but please check back soon

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    Participate in our research

    To help explore the role of religion and spirituality in constructing youth identities

     

    If you
    • live in Johannesburg
    • are aged between 15-35
    • have a Nigerian and/or Zimbabwean background
    then we would like to hear from you

    Note: the following links are not yet live but please check back soon

    Profile of Zimbabwe Diaspora Network UK (ZDN UK)

    The Zimbabwe Diaspora Network UK is a UK-wide non-partisan civic Zimbabwean Diaspora Association that serves as a hub for UK-based Diaspora. It serves as one of the effective conduits for UK- Zimbabwean Diaspora in respect of providing a focused lobby for the interests of Zimbabweans across the age spectrum providing developmental networking opportunities for young people and adults in mentoring and community engagement to meet the evolving needs of its members holistically. It is led by an Executive Committee with Dr Paul Matsvai being the Chairman and serving as the main contact point for the research project. It is part of the global Zimbabwe Diaspora Nation Building Initiative (ZDNBI) of which Dr Paul Matsvai is also serving as the Chief Executive Officer.