Training & Resources for Educators
Ministries of Family
Strategic Communications & Events
Family Law & Frameworks
Public Policy & Customary International Law
Family Literacy Project
Our work with educators on teaching family literacy is the historical and methodological foundation of our programming. By helping students understand the complex roles the family plays in both history and contemporary affairs, educators can train students to be active participants in creating a renaissance of successful marriages and family life in which all human life is valued and families flourish.
Family Literacy Project
Telling stories is one of the most powerful means that leaders have to influence, teach, and inspire. What makes storytelling so effective for learning? For starters, storytelling forges connections among people, and between people and ideas. Stories convey the culture, history, and values that unite people. When it comes to our countries, our communities, and our families, we understand intuitively that the stories we hold in common are an important part of the ties that bind.
Family in public life
Humanitarian organizations frequently engage with family-focused actors and institutions, and many humanitarian action organizations are themselves faith-based. Despite this, the field as a whole pays insufficient attention to how the family functions in the diverse contexts where action is needed to respond to humanitarian crises. When the focus is on supporting the implementation of the local humanitarian leadership agenda, what kind of knowledge about how to engage and empower the family unit is most useful? How does the family unit working together help solve community problems? We seek to partner with humanitarian aid professionals to enhance the family literacy in order to facilitate their delivery of high quality, principled humanitarian assistance to those in need.
Family in Public Life
Law & Public Policy
Marriage and family are the building blocks of all human civilization and the primary institutions of civil society. Learn more about legal frameworks and policies that maintain and strengthen marriage and family as cornerstones of a flourishing civil society,
Failure to understand the power of the family has negative consequences across all sectors and endeavors, from local to international levels. Skyline Research Institute (SRI) seeks to prepare visionary leaders to confront these consequences through training in education, policy, law, strategic communication, events, messaging and masterful storytelling.
We measure our success by how well we are able to advance the public understanding of marriage and family across multiple sectors, creating new opportunities and resources for students, educators, government officials, professionals and life-long learners to develop, critically reflect and act upon a deeper understanding of this fundamental unit of society.