Posts by: Faiths Forum

National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2019

There is no place for hate in the UK. If you want to stand against hate crime, make sure you and your institution get involved in this year’s Hate Crime Awareness Week from 12th – 19th October 2019. Click here to access their website, where you can register your own event, find events to attend… Read more

Grant Application Support Seminar for BAME Faith Groups

Does your faith group need some support in applying for grants? Are you part of a BAME faith group which needs to improve its funding strategy? This workshop on Saturday 14th September will cover the following areas; Understanding the principles of effective finance generation Deciding the objective of your project Identifying appropriate funders Suggestions for… Read more

Places of Worship Security Funding Event

Applications for The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding Scheme is now open. With the deadline of 31st August 2019 fast approaching, The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) ,Faith’s Forum for London and Faith Associates have organised a workshop to provide you with the guidance and support on the process. Wednesday 7th August 201918:30 – 21:30City Hall, Queen’s Walk, London, SE1… Read more

South Asian Heritage Month Launch

On 22 July 2019, The South Asian Heritage Month launch in the Houses of Parliament aimed to change this rhetoric, through its unashamed celebration and acknowledgment of the culture, history and lives of South Asians living in the United Kingdom today. With 1 in every 20 people living in the UK being of South Asian… Read more

Mayor of London’s strategies to tackle serious youth violence

Whilst Westminster appears to be everlastingly consumed with all things ‘Brexit’, the arguably more concerning and urgent issue of serious youth violence continues to act as a scourge on the streets of our capital. Over the last couple of years, newsreels have unfortunately, yet unsurprisingly, been dominated by the lives, families and communities damaged by… Read more

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