Communications & Outreach

in News October 2, 2018

Your chance: Young leaders to speak about extremism and hatred

Faiths Forum for London and Integrity UK are working in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) to deliver workshops with young people aged 13-25 to have their voices heard on counter-extremism strategies affecting their communities. The programme has three core objectives: To strengthen London’s minority and marginalised communities To safeguard the… Read more

Trees of London 2018

Following our successful interfaith tree planting project from last year, a total of 34 trees were planted across 11 Boroughs in partnership with 20 bodies including interfaith groups and places of worship. Faiths Forum for London would like to announce our second annual tree planting initiative, in partnership with the Mayor of London. We seek to empower… Read more

in News September 27, 2018

FFL appears in leading Jewish News

FFL helped bring together members of the Jewish and Muslim communities to construct a Sukkah to celebrate Jewish festival of Sukkot in various locations. This great interfaith initiative has not gone unnoticed and has appeared in a leading Jewish media outlet called the Jewish News. Rabbi Natan of Faith Forum had this to say about… Read more

in News September 24, 2018

Calling on Young People for Research

The Faiths Forum for London is recruiting up to 20 young people (aged between 18 and 29) to be sessional peer researchers on a groundbreaking London project which will involve a listening exercise to hear the views of young people on: Stopping the spread of hatred and of extremist ideologies Safeguarding the vulnerable Strengthening London’s… Read more