Posts by: Faiths Forum

Introduction to Social Culture of Britain

Introduction to Social Culture in Britain is an educational project for young refugees aged 16-26 focusing on refugees from Syria, Iraq, Somalia and Afghanistan, but open to all refugees regardless of their country of origin. This project -an initiative of Joseph Interfaith Foundation– was launched on 17th November 2016 at the House of Lords, and was attended by religious… Read more

Interfaith Girls Coding at Twitter

Faiths Forum for London have partnered with social media giant Twitter to provide invaluable coding workshops for girls from faith schools, aged between 11 to 13 years old. The partnership between business and faith sectors is a refreshing model of true collaboration. While the students learn about the tech, they are also learning about each other’s… Read more

Strengthening Governance for Faith Institutions

Strengthening Faith Institutions, Faiths Forum for London, and The Charity Commission have organised a strengthening governance event in Manchester. The training covered the essential elements concerning the registration of faith institution with the Charity Commission. Training focused on different areas such as governance, trustee duties, financial reporting, fundraising, or transferring money to high-risk areas abroad, with… Read more

Organisation Health Assessment

Faith institutions play an important role in the general resilience and health of communities. Yet given the number of challenges that they face, faith institutions and places of worship more specifically, often need support in reaching their maximum potential in serving the communities and neighbourhoods that they aspire to benefit. This project, funded by the… Read more

We Remember Too

We Remember Too remembers the Commonwealth contribution to the First and Second World Wars and aims to bring to light the unknown and untold stories of soldiers of different faiths and ethnicities who fought in WW1 and WW2. For example, 1.5 million Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims fought side by side for Britain in WW1. Remembrance is held during… Read more

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