Posts by: Faiths Forum

Southall Faiths Forum Statement in response to New Zealand

Southall Faiths Forum is shocked and deeply saddened by the mass slaughter of Muslim worshippers at the Al-Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday 15th March 2019. We unreservedly condemn the killings as an act of pure evil and grieve with our Muslim sisters and brothers in Southall and beyond. No-one has… Read more

Response to Christchurch Attack

On Friday, 15th of March, in response to the horrific terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand in which 50 Muslims were killed. Faiths Forum for London and the Turn to Love team organised and attended a vigil in memory of the innocent victims of the attack. Turn to love brings together a consortium of volunteers… Read more

Raising Awareness of Organ Donation within local communities

Currently hundreds of people in the UK die prematurely while on the organ transplant waiting list, because a compatible donor is not found in time. This problem is especially pronounced for patients from a BAME background, who are disproportionately likely to be in need of a kidney transplant. According to NHS statistics: “While BAME groups… Read more

European Network on Religion and Belief Conference

On 12th March, our Director Mustafa attended the European Network on Religion and Belief Conference in Brussels. The European Network on Religion and Belief is a forum for religions across Europe to work with the European Union and its member states to promote the shared values of different religions and to fight against prejudice and… Read more

Next Generation of Female Leaders visit Downing Street

As part of International Women’s Day celebrations, on Friday 8th March 15 girls aged 15-20 were invited to make a visit to 10 Downing Street, the office of the UK Prime Minister. The Downing Street visit consisted of a tour of the historic building, including a visit to the private office of the Prime Minister,… Read more

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