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Two Day Agenda October 24 October 25 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Two Day Agenda October 24 October 25 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Board business (call in available) 9: 00 -9: 15 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - 11: 20 Panel discussion (plenary- call in available) 9: 15 -10: 00 State of the Evidence (call in available) 11: 20 - 12: 20 Mind mapping 10: 00 -11: 00 Evidence Breakout 1 (working lunch) Evidence Breakout 2 12: 20 - 13: 40 Lunch 10: 00 -12: 00 Break 13: 40 -13: 50 JLI: Year in review 12: 00 -12: 30 Debrief New Hubs JLI Evidence Discussion 13: 50 -15: 00 Plenary 12: 30 -13: 00 Next Steps 15: 00 -16: 00 JLI: Looking ahead 13: 00 -16: 00 Report on Forum Dinner 16: 00 -17: 00 18: 15 at St Ethelburga’s Closing 16: 00 -16: 30 2

Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - 11: 20 State of the Evidence (call in available) 11: 20 - 12: 20 Evidence Breakout 1 (working lunch) Evidence Breakout 2 Break 12: 20 - 13: 40 Debrief New Hubs JLI Evidence Discussion Next Steps 13: 50 -15: 00 Report on Forum Dinner 16: 00 -17: 00 18: 15 at St Ethelburga’s 13: 40 -13: 50 15: 00 -16: 00 3

Meeting Goals • Review JLI’s Evidence Output to date– current state, feedback, next steps Meeting Goals • Review JLI’s Evidence Output to date– current state, feedback, next steps • Discuss evidence quality and dissemination • Report out on Localisation of Humanitarian Response Forum • Conduct JLI Board Business • Explore changes in the external environment and how JLI should prioritize • Build JLI Leadership learning community • Establish JLI 2018 -19 priorities 4

Day 1 Topic Welcome Roundtable introductions State of the Evidence (call in available) Evidence Day 1 Topic Welcome Roundtable introductions State of the Evidence (call in available) Evidence Breakout 1 (working lunch) Evidence Breakout 2 Break Debrief New Hubs JLI Evidence Discussion Next Steps Report on Forum Time 10: 00 -10: 20 - 11: 20 - 12: 20 - 13: 40 Dinner 18: 15 at St Ethelburga’s 13: 40 -13: 50 -15: 00 -16: 00 -17: 00 5

Introductions 1. Largest challenge you’ve faced this year related ---work? 2. Thing that you’re Introductions 1. Largest challenge you’ve faced this year related ---work? 2. Thing that you’re most proud of / happy to see this year? 6

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Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - 11: 20 State of the Evidence (call in available) 11: 20 - 12: 20 Evidence Breakout 1 (working lunch) Evidence Breakout 2 Break 12: 20 - 13: 40 Debrief New Hubs JLI Evidence Discussion Next Steps 13: 50 -15: 00 Report on Forum Dinner 16: 00 -17: 00 18: 15 at St Ethelburga’s 13: 40 -13: 50 15: 00 -16: 00 8

State of JLI Evidence Introduction: Jean Duff Overview and Synthesis: Dr Jill Olivier, University State of JLI Evidence Introduction: Jean Duff Overview and Synthesis: Dr Jill Olivier, University of Cape Town, JLI Executive Committee Member 9

JLI Key Indicators 9 learning hub meetings 146 new resources posted ~315 JLI Hub JLI Key Indicators 9 learning hub meetings 146 new resources posted ~315 JLI Hub Members & Co-Chairs (5 active hubs) 1, 290 (23% increase) JLI Newsletter subscribers >35, 400 page views 260 followers on twitter (>50% increase) 10

Active Learning Hubs Members 120 Sexual & Gender-based Violence Peace & Conflict Refugees and Active Learning Hubs Members 120 Sexual & Gender-based Violence Peace & Conflict Refugees and Force Migration Mobilisation of Local Faith Communities Evidence Working Group 130 100 40 Co-chairs, Affiliations • Veena O’Sullivan, Tearfund • Elizabeth Dartnall, SVRI • Diana Arango, World Bank Group • Shereen El Feki, Promundo and Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto • Lucy V. Salek (Moore), Islamic Relief Worldwide • Sarah Pickwick, World Vision • Alpaslan Ozerdem and Chris Shannahan, Coventry University • Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, University College London • • • Andrea Kaufmann, World Vision International Catriona Dejean, Tearfund Academic chair, TBD Jean Duff, Partnership for Faith and Development and JLI Dean Pallant, Salvation Army 11

New Hubs Co-chairs, Affiliations Ending Violence Against Children • Carola Eyber, Queen Margaret University New Hubs Co-chairs, Affiliations Ending Violence Against Children • Carola Eyber, Queen Margaret University • Robyn Hagan, World Vision International • Rebeca Rios-Kohn, Arigatou International Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery • Emma Tomalin, Leeds University • Anne Gregora, Salvation Army 12

2017 Accomplishments • 3 Hubs delivered advocacy briefs at the Localising Response to Humanitarian 2017 Accomplishments • 3 Hubs delivered advocacy briefs at the Localising Response to Humanitarian Need • Learning Hubs are strengthening joint learning activities • First Webinar 10/3 with Oxfam America guest speaker: Tara Gingerich • Communicating knowledge and information to JLI audiences through members and partner network • JLI supported 9 presentations by Board and Hub Leaders & Jean/ Stacy delivered 11 presentations • Talking points and (soon!) presentations are available for all JLI Hubs • USAID compendium of case studies on faith-based initiatives 13

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Goal 1: Gather knowledge through Learning Hubs Active Learning hubs • • • Refugee Goal 1: Gather knowledge through Learning Hubs Active Learning hubs • • • Refugee Hub- draft results of scoping study-phase 1 SGBV Hub refocusing & DFID funded Harmful Practices study-Nov 10 DFID Dissemination EVAC Hub Plan for Scoping study developing under direction of Dr Carola Eyber Mobilizing Faith and Local Communities planning webinars and actively documenting case studies Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery; exploring external funding for scoping study and dissemination Inactive Hubs • Material organized and available on JLI Site (HIV & Maternal Health, Immunization, Resilience) • Peace & Conflict Hub refocusing & new co-chair Chris Shannahan at Coventry University 16

Goal 2: Improve JLI’s Knowledge Management and Learning Hub Process Learning Hubs are becoming Goal 2: Improve JLI’s Knowledge Management and Learning Hub Process Learning Hubs are becoming places for joint learning, exchanges • JLI Webinars starting up—Oct 3 first webinar on Local Humanitarian Leadership with Oxfam America • Case study templates developed and collection tool in use • Evidence Working Group of the Moral Imperative hosted and staffed by JLI, active now for two years • Many new cross-sector partnerships and friendships: eg ICM/ Organization of African Instituted Churches 17

Goal 3: Communicate to JLI audiences through members and partner network • JLI presentation Goal 3: Communicate to JLI audiences through members and partner network • JLI presentation on Evaluating the Impact of Faith Groups in Promoting Peace and Stability as part of USAID Webinar, Dr David Boan representing JLI • SGBV Hub satellite session on evidence on faith & SGBV at the Sexual Violence Research Institute Forum in Rio 2017 • 3 Quarterly newsletters; monthly email continuing • Developing social media activity on Whats. App & Twitter (260 followers, 50% increase from 2016) • Academic partnerships: JLI is part of the Religion and SDGs Network with Leeds University, JLI associates with Muslim Platform for Sustainable Development 18

Goal 4: Communicate externally to advance excellence in evidence and maintain engagement with broader Goal 4: Communicate externally to advance excellence in evidence and maintain engagement with broader global initiatives and networks JLI plays an active role in external partnerships and advocates for excellent in evidence • JLI is technical lead, in collaboration with Leeds University in Tearfund led consortium for DFID UKAID Connect Call • Participation of members and board at key fora • JLI is participating in key groups including: • Pa. RD: JLI -active member of 3 workstreams and participating at annual meetings • Moral Imperative: JLI serves on steering Committee & EWG support • UNIATF: At the invitation of the UNIATF JLI made presentations at SLE NYC; HLPF on SDGs 1, 2, 3, 5, and 14 • Forum on “Localizing response to Humanitarian need: the role of religious and faith-based organizations” in Sri Lanka Oct 16 -19 JLI co-hosted with 15 international and local faith-based networks - Program 19

Goal 5 & 6: Strengthen JLI’s governance, ownership and sustainability • • • 3 Goal 5 & 6: Strengthen JLI’s governance, ownership and sustainability • • • 3 Board meetings and 5 executive committee meetings prepared and managed Active outreach to all Board and AG members by JLI Coordinator 2 board surveys Fundraising active CFCG fiscal agency platform and financial reporting in place 20

Breakout session locations LG 2 (here)- Sexual and Gender-based Violence Hub Rotunda (upstairs)- Mobilisation Breakout session locations LG 2 (here)- Sexual and Gender-based Violence Hub Rotunda (upstairs)- Mobilisation of Local Faith Communities Hub Ground Fl Conference Room (left room upstairs) - Refugee & Peace and Conflict Hubs 21

New Hubs – concept notes in collation Co-chairs, Affiliations Ending Violence Against Children • New Hubs – concept notes in collation Co-chairs, Affiliations Ending Violence Against Children • Carola Eyber, Queen Margaret University • Robyn Hagan, World Vision International • Rebeca Rios-Kohn, Arigatou International Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery • Emma Tomalin, Leeds University • Anne Gregora, Salvation Army • Advisor: Rachel Carnegie, Anglican Alliance 22

Hub Evidence Breakout Debrief What’s your the overall evaluation of: q Evidence produced by Hub Evidence Breakout Debrief What’s your the overall evaluation of: q Evidence produced by JLI Learning Hubs q JLI Learning Hubs • How can we better disseminate the learning hub outputs? • From your discussions what are the implications for action for JLI? 23

JLI Overall Evidence Discussion • Sense of the state of the evidence • How JLI Overall Evidence Discussion • Sense of the state of the evidence • How to further improve evidence? E. g. , Quality assurance, relevance? • Learning Hub Methodology (usefulness & sustainability? ) • What actions do we take to strengthen quality? • How do we further improve the evidence dissemination going forward? 24

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Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - Day 1 Topic Time Welcome 10: 00 -10: 20 Roundtable introductions 10: 20 - 11: 20 State of the Evidence (call in available) 11: 20 - 12: 20 Evidence Breakout 1 (working lunch) Evidence Breakout 2 Break 12: 20 - 13: 40 Debrief New Hubs JLI Evidence Discussion Next Steps 13: 50 -15: 00 Report on Forum Dinner 16: 00 -17: 00 18: 15 at St Ethelburga’s 13: 40 -13: 50 15: 00 -16: 00 26

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St Ethelburga’s (6: 15 pm) Directions: 78 Bishopsgate London, EC 2 N 4 AG St Ethelburga’s (6: 15 pm) Directions: 78 Bishopsgate London, EC 2 N 4 AG Taxi (10 minutes) or Walking (17 minutes) 28

Day 2 Topic Time Plan 9: 00 -9: 15 Board business (call in available) Day 2 Topic Time Plan 9: 00 -9: 15 Board business (call in available) 9: 15 -10: 00 Panel discussion (call in available) 10: 00 -11: 00 Mind mapping 10: 00 -12: 00 Lunch 12: 00 -12: 30 JLI Looking ahead: plenary Breakout on JLI Value add 12: 30 -13: 00 -13: 30 JLI Value add & strategic plan 13: 00 -16: 00 Closing 16: 00 -16: 30 29

 • There is no doubt that the JLIF&LC is needed, and that the • There is no doubt that the JLIF&LC is needed, and that the shared work, collaboration, and joint learning has been highly valued and significant across a wide and growing range of thematic areas. This is a strong, distinctive and valuable foundation on which to build. The initiative's reputation is building, with growing recognition, engagement and backing. • However we also recognise that we have a long way to go, in terms of meeting our aspirations for influencing policy and practice. • We now need to move to the next stage, with a more single-minded focus on demonstrably influencing policy and practice. We identified a range of opportunities to consider. 30

1. Proactive research from the start- Researching, mapping, pursuing research opportunities and partnerships. We 1. Proactive research from the start- Researching, mapping, pursuing research opportunities and partnerships. We should be more strategic, intentional and collaborative in engaging with existing research agendas and resources. We need to ensure we have our finger on the pulse here. 2. Sharpening advocacy and influence. We should be clearer and more specific about the changes in policy and practice that we hope to see, within every LH, up front - and being more intentional and systematic in engaging key stakeholders from the outset. 3. More focus. In addition to increasing the focus of each LH, we should also consider focusing on fewer LHs, with sharper criteria and higher bars for launching these, as well as higher expectations regarding member engagement and collaboration in these areas. 4. Local and national voices driving the agenda. We need to be more intentional and visible about allowing national voices, members and partners to shape our agenda and ways of working in everything we do, including the establishment of national (and possibly regional) hubs and engagement of local research partners. 31

5. Complementing other global initiatives. Grounded and clear on our unique value proposition (i. 5. Complementing other global initiatives. Grounded and clear on our unique value proposition (i. e. marshalling the best and most appropriate evidence in pursuit of policy/practice change) we will continue to ensure that we complement other global initiatives, such as Pa. RD and the Moral Imperative. 6. Cross-hub learning. We should develop more intentional processes and approaches (e. g. a 'Meta Hub', convening Co-chairs, webinars) to enable genuine cross-hub learning around prioritised areas, and communication around these areas across the JLIF&LC, and to relevant policy/practitioner stakeholders. 7. JLIF&LC member engagement. Learning from best practice how we should enable stronger buy-in and collaboration from member organisations, e. g. in sharing internal research; engaging with joint learning; connecting with internal advocacy teams; Board member engagement. 8. Exploring clusters as opposed to themes as focal points for LHs (e. g. fragile conflict affected states). 9. Influencing attitudes, social norms and narratives in stakeholder institutions 32

JLI 2017 Financial Report (Year to Date) Revenues Year to Date- Sept 2017 (all JLI 2017 Financial Report (Year to Date) Revenues Year to Date- Sept 2017 (all #s in $) Projected 2017 (all #s in $) Member institutions 66, 910 106, 910 Grants 150, 000 Income Total 216, 910 256, 910 Personnel 43, 222 58, 507 Project Support 75, 936 101, 283 Website 8, 157 11, 157 Travel 14, 255 18, 754 Other 8, 701 11, 922 Overhead 9, 196 13, 031 Total 159, 467 213, 799 Expenses 33

JLI Proposed 2018 -19 Budget Revenues Projected 2017 (all #s in $) 2018 2019 JLI Proposed 2018 -19 Budget Revenues Projected 2017 (all #s in $) 2018 2019 Member institutions 106, 910 89, 646 100, 000 Foundation 150, 000 75, 000 Grants - 160, 000 260, 000 Income Total 256, 910 324, 646 360, 000 Personnel 58, 507 59, 350 62, 317 Project Support 101, 283 160, 075 196, 744 Website 11, 157 14, 000 16, 000 Travel 18, 754 26, 000 27, 300 Comms 11, 922 5, 000 5, 250 Other 13, 031 31, 680 35, 064 Overhead (9%) 12, 000 13, 650 Total 213, 799 298, 105 342, 675 Expenses 34

JLI 2018 -2019 fundraising update Member contributions • Existing members: • New members? Philanthropy JLI 2018 -2019 fundraising update Member contributions • Existing members: • New members? Philanthropy • GHR committed: • GHR possible: • Luce possible: • Other $85 k forecast $75 K $50 K Contracts • USAID (for 10 case studies) • DFID – UK AID Connect (will hear Nov 2017) Other Sources 35

Board Business • Nominating Committee • Executive Committee Discussion; vacancy • Other committees? • Board Business • Nominating Committee • Executive Committee Discussion; vacancy • Other committees? • Other matters (TBD) • Fiscal sponsorship (CFCG hosting or independently incorporated? ) 36

Discussion: changes in the external environment & implications for JLI Charles Badenoch, World Vision Discussion: changes in the external environment & implications for JLI Charles Badenoch, World Vision International Vice President for Advocacy & External Engagement Mike Battcock, Department for International Development Governance Coordinator Jill Olivier, University of Cape Town, IRHAP Senior Lecturer and Research Coordinator Sally Smith, UNAIDS Senior Adviser for Faith-based Organizations 37

Board Survey on Perceived Value of JLI : Results-- (n=18) anonymous respondents My organization Board Survey on Perceived Value of JLI : Results-- (n=18) anonymous respondents My organization needs to engage more to leverage the benefits There is still more for me to learn about the work and how to use it and help shape it Exceeded expectations Met expectations Source: JLI Board Survey; July-Sept 2017; n=18 Not met expectations Hopefully we can further progress on advocacy 38

Survey – Key messages FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ • Top objectives for Survey – Key messages FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ • Top objectives for JLI those that are externally oriented and focused on knowledge management and sharing: ◦ Gather knowledge about the activities, role, contributions and challenges of faith groups through learning hubs JLI priorities ◦ Communicate externally to maintain engagement with broader global initiatives and networks to advance evidence based decision-making and advocacy for engagement of faith networks ◦ Improve JLI’s Knowledge Management and Learning Hub Process, Outputs, and Member Experience • Most agree that we have met the objectives we set, though some agreed that we have only partially met those related to the three priority objectives above Benefits of JLI • The biggest benefit derived from JLI are the safe space created for exchange and collaboration, followed by online evidence resources, communications tools, showcase of organisations’ work and new partnerships JLI Hubs • 70% of respondents agreed that the Learning hubs are either very helpful or helpful • 60% of respondents say that their colleagues are engaged with the Mobilisation of Local Faith communities hub, and 40% with the Refugees and Forced Migration hub Source: JLI Board Survey; July-Sept 2017; n=18 39

FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – Key messages • Email is by FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – Key messages • Email is by far the most accessed channel of JLI resources (95%), followed by the website and newsletter Channels of communication • 70% agree that they regularly participate in the learning exchange by sharing materials; 27% have never participated or have not yet, but will JLI organization and resources • 82% of paying members believe that they are getting value for money • 89% think they get value for the time contributions that are provided pro-bono Source: JLI Board Survey; July-Sept 2017; n=18 40

FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – What are JLI’s most valued contributions? FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – What are JLI’s most valued contributions? Providing a platform for FBO collaboration and showcasing our organization's work. Collaborative dialogue with shared outcomes of knowledge based resources for action and events JLI has been extremely helpful in providing talking points for me so that I can wear not only my institutional hat but also the JLI hat. Being a platform to curate FBO capacity and resources with multi and bilaterals. Source: JLI Board Survey; July-Sept 2017; n=18 41

FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – How could JLI further extend its FULL SURVEY RESULTS AVAILABLE IN PRE-READ Survey – How could JLI further extend its impact? Develop stronger mechanisms to engage with multi and bilaterals that effects policy and field programing. Working further to ensure synergy with Moral Imperative, Pa. RD and UN Interagency Task Force on Religion Promote nature of JLI collaborative relationships as an effective resource of accountability with models of inter-faith intentions in humanitarian advocacy and delivery. A more specific research-agenda setting focus, stronger focus on primary/empirical evidence gathering (sourcing support of primary research that is not literature review). Fostering linkages and collaborations organisations Strong advocacy strategy, less on just publishing new reports. More cross-faith learning and building evidence and practice on engaging with faith communities in humanitarian response Being a platform to curate FBO capacity and resources with multi and bilaterals. Source: JLI Board Survey; July-Sept 2017; n=18 42

Ranking priorities 1. Local and national voices driving the agenda (16). We need to Ranking priorities 1. Local and national voices driving the agenda (16). We need to be more intentional and visible about allowing national voices, members and partners to shape our agenda and ways of working in everything we do, including the establishment of national 2. Proactive research from the start (14)- Researching, mapping, pursuing research opportunities and partnerships. We should be more strategic, intentional and collaborative in engaging with existing research agendas and resources. We need to ensure we have our finger on the pulse here. (2 b) Cross-hub learning (8). We should develop more intentional processes and approaches (e. g. a 'Meta Hub', convening Co-chairs, webinars) to enable genuine cross-hub learning around prioritised areas, and communication around these areas across the JLIF&LC, and to relevant policy/practitioner stakeholders. 3. Sharpening advocacy and influence (11). We should be clearer and more specific about the changes in policy and practice that we hope to see, within every LH, up front - and being more intentional and systematic in engaging key stakeholders from the outset. (3 b-7) Engaging actively with key stakeholder institutions that shape policy & practice: helping to influence and change attitudes, social norms and narratives in stakeholder institutions 43

Mindmapping Activity Choose one of 3 groups based on the prior 3 priorities, please Mindmapping Activity Choose one of 3 groups based on the prior 3 priorities, please identify 3 ways JLI will achieve these goals next year. 44

Breakout Groups • What is the perceived value added of JLI? • How does Breakout Groups • What is the perceived value added of JLI? • How does JLI contribute to the core business of its members? • What else can JLI do to increase value? • How can JLI be positioned to meet needs? • How will you contribute? • What do I need from JLI to make my contribution? 45

1. Local and national voices driving the agenda (16). We need to be more 1. Local and national voices driving the agenda (16). We need to be more intentional and visible about allowing national voices, members and partners to shape our agenda and ways of working in everything we do, including the establishment of national (and possibly regional) hubs and engagement of local research partners. ◦ Embed national footprint into 3 learning hubs 1. Invite national voice to hubs (hubs create a short hub scoping synopsis and identify where to send (esp natl networks & faith actors) 2. what questions do you have, identify policy and practice change needed, encourage interfaith engagement) Localization embedded in research and advocacy ◦ Learn from Sri Lanka Forum -as interfaith convening (a- is this a successful model of engagement locally b) or not) – JLI as a convener? In the past, JLI was an organizing partner, but not convener- cautious about being a legitimate platform that gets in the way ◦ Diversified board (global south, local actors 46

2. Proactive research from the start- Researching, mapping, pursuing research opportunities and partnerships. We 2. Proactive research from the start- Researching, mapping, pursuing research opportunities and partnerships. We should be more strategic, intentional and collaborative in engaging with existing research agendas and resources. We need to ensure we have our finger on the pulse here. • Continue to resource the hub leaders (Stacy) • Non-board thinking meeting- should be cross hub and open to all co-chairs and board members • Employ postdoc to translate evidence to be technically & interfaith literate that will create reflective (Olivia like person) • Research handbook for hubs (who leads & time? ) quality of evidence • Continue interhub meetings • Create safe space for sharing- learn from failures: need face to face meeting • Linking research to outcomes 47

3 Engage actively with key stakeholder institutions. We should be clearer and more specific 3 Engage actively with key stakeholder institutions. We should be clearer and more specific about the changes in policy and practice that we hope to see, within every LH, up front - and being more intentional and systematic in engaging key stakeholders from the outset. • Identify stakeholders for advocacy, multi-laterals, key govts and foundations, develop advocacy priorities and respond back to multilaterals, key govts & foundations on how they are keeping commitments • Identify key advocacy moments – key moments calendar (insert link to JLI & Partner calendar) • Work with religious organizations/ leaders to draw on their traditions & theologies in their advocacy, make our efforts religious in nature. Catalize our faith-based networks to endorse various development priorities to lobby northern governments to support these priorities • Advocacy co-chair; Hub specific advocacy plan in place by end of 2018 48

JLI Priorities Going Forward Strategies and tactics for 2018/2019 Next Steps Next Meeting 49 JLI Priorities Going Forward Strategies and tactics for 2018/2019 Next Steps Next Meeting 49

Closing Takeaways from the two days 50 Closing Takeaways from the two days 50