Posts by: Faiths Forum

Interfaith Tree Planting

Faiths Forum for London and the Strengthening Faith Institutions are facilitating an interfaith tree planting project, which aims to plant 32 trees across 10 London Boroughs. The project aims to promote community spirit, develop interfaith relations and make London greener funded by the Mayor of London. Naka Alkhzraji, project manager has said: “We feel that this is… Read more

The Grand Trunk Project

The Grand Trunk Project was launched in July 2017 and embodies the spirit of the ancient and historic Grand Trunk rad, which linked peoples and countries, creating relationships and friendships despite the differences. Working in collaboration with City Sikhs, Hindu Forum Britain, Hindu Council UK, AMAL and The British Pakistan Foundation  we aim to celebrate… Read more

Aspire to Change

Since January, the capital has seen twice as many fatal stabbings as in the same period last year. Across the UK, the number of reported knife crimes has been steadily rising since 2015, as have hospital admissions for people assaulted with a sharp object. Faiths Forum for London has launched Aspire to Change, a project… Read more

How will you #PressForProgress on International Women’s Day?

Women all over the world are today demanding equality and respect. International Women’s Day (IWD), on Thursday 8 March, focuses attention on the many inequalities that women face in almost all cultures, whether in developed or developing nations. The BBC started the day by publishing an article with the headline, ‘Eight moments that make it… Read more

Give, but give safely: Why we must continue to support charities

There’s no doubt that charities are hugely important to the UK and to us, as citizens. There are more than 160,000 charities in England and Wales which, according to John Low, Chief Executive of the Charities Aid Foundation, make up “the backbone of Britain”. Every day, they improve the lives of millions of people.  Charitable… Read more

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