Projects

My Voice Project

My Voice Project

On a daily basis young Muslims fall victims to the propaganda and ideologies of hate propagated by Daesh sympathisers and far-right extremists. The voices of young Muslims are not heard and drowned by polarising groups whose extreme ideas are trying to divide our communities. We will not allow prejudice, hate and discrimination to break our communities! The Faiths...

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The Big Iftar

The Big Iftar

The Big Iftar initiative started in 2012 inspired by the London Olympics, which fell on Ramadan. It was a way of encouraging Muslims to open up and introduce Ramadan and Iftar to people of all faiths and backgrounds. The Big Iftar is open to anyone, whether you are a Muslim, someone from another faith or of...

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Interfaith Tree Planting

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...

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The Grand Trunk Project

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...

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Aspire to Change

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...

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Strengthening Faith Institutions

Strengthening Faith Institutions

 What we do? Strengthening Faith Institutions (SFI) professionalises places of worship. And a professional, well-governed faith centre can achieve its vision and access more funding. How we do it? Once your organisation has joined the SFI network, our regional consultant will set-up a meeting with your  senior management team to create a bespoke health-check and action plan....

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Women’s Leadership Programme

Women’s Leadership Programme

  The Muslim Women’s Leadership Programme seeks to provide support and development for Muslim women from diverse backgrounds  to empower them to work both in their community and into wider civic society. Final session in Birmingham, February 2017  To conclude The Women’s leadership programme, the last session which took place in Birmingham covered the different ways...

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Interfaith Computer Coding at Twitter HQ

Interfaith Computer Coding at Twitter HQ

The purpose of these programmes is to train and inspire young women for future employment in the high-tech field, and to bring people from across diverse faith backgrounds together in order to increase diversity and gender balance in the IT field. Interfaith Computer Coding for Girls began in 2015 at the behest of head teachers of...

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Improving Security

Improving Security

Any institution may become a potential target, shattering this sense of comfort and safety. Our Strengthening Faith Institutions (SFI) training is specifically designed to assist places of worship to better protect themselves, through taking a step by step approach to cover all elements of security. In order for us to do everything we can to...

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We Remember Too

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...

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Collaboration House

Collaboration House

Fayre Share Foundation’s founding aim has been to foster a sense of collaboration, with priority causes in conflict resolution and interfaith relations. Collaboration House, launched in 2014, extends on previous projects to encourage collaboration between the different faith communities by inviting select interfaith charities to use the free collaboration hub in Central London. The space...

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The London Resilience Forum

The London Resilience Forum

The Faiths Forum for London is a member of the London Resilience Forum and leads on faith sector engagement. The London Resilience Forum ensures that if a major emergency does affect the capital, we are ready to respond and work together to help minimise any impacts. It brings together a range of partners including Local authorities, transport...

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