in News July 21, 2017


After Liberation, the Focus Now Turns to Mosul’s Future

For the past three years, Mosul has served as a Daesh stronghold. The terrorist group held territory in the Iraqi city in 2014, and proceeded to destroy its infrastructure, brutalise its residents and erase its cultural heritage. Yet thanks to the efforts of the Iraqi National Army and coalition forces, the recent weeks have seen… Read more

in News July 19, 2017

Empowering Women: A Faith-Based Approach

A Toolkit for a Healthy Society This event on the 17th July led by Global One set out to discuss the way women are depicted in Abrahamic scriptures and how this can be used to empower women. Global One is a charity led by women with the aim of getting more women into positions of… Read more

in News July 6, 2017

Security Funding Available for Vulnerable Faith Institutions

Apply for funding if your place of worship needs extra security to protect it from attacks on racial, religious or ideological grounds. See this link for further information. Strengthening Faith Institutions understands that the application process can be complicated.  Our team can provide support. If your faith institution needs  a helping  hand  to locate and… Read more

in News June 23, 2017


Refugee Week Reminds Us of Our Common Humanity

It’s Refugee Week in the UK and around the world. It takes place every year either side of World Refugee Day on the 20 June. In Britain, organisers state the week is ‘a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK, and encourages a better understanding between… Read more

in News June 19, 2017

Statement on Finsbury Park terrorist attack

In light of the terror attack today, we would like to send out our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all those affected. We condemn these events which occurred against worshipers leaving Muslim Welfare House, where a man has died and several injured. This attack on innocent civilians during the holy month of Ramadan is despicable and will… Read more