in News June 16, 2017


A statement from Faiths Forum for London Council

As London faith representatives, our united minds, hearts and prayers are with everyone in Grenfell Tower and with the families and friends of all those, who are impacted. Our deep gratitude to the emergency services, who continue to respond swiftly. We are also with all those from faith networks and communities, who are working tirelessly… Read more

in News June 15, 2017


Mayor appoints first Victims Commissioner for London

The first ever Victims’ Commissioner for London, Claire Waxman, was appointed by Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London. The Commissioner will help improve the experience of victims of crime in the capital and the criminal justice process., alongside a three-year £47m investment in services to better support them. This role is fulfilling a key Mayoral manifesto commitment… Read more

in News June 1, 2017


The Big Iftar Launch 2017

Tuesday 30th May saw the launch of The Big Iftar 2017 at Westminster Academy, hosted by Faiths Forum for London. The Academy is a central London secondary school, also known as Sir Naim Dangoor centre, a British-naturalised Iraqi-born Jewish entrepreneur and philanthropist. We were honoured to have his son David Dangoor attend, who spoke about the… Read more

in News May 26, 2017


A letter to the people of Manchester

You are not alone. People of all faiths and none, all over Britain, are with you today, tomorrow and in the days to come. You are in our hearts. You are in our prayers. The attack on some of your most innocent and vulnerable citizens has appalled us all.  Terrorism has no place in our… Read more