Tag: interfaith

in News December 11, 2018

Climate Law’s Tenth Birthday Celebrated by Faith Leaders and MPs

Last week, faith leaders and MPs came together to celebrate a decade since the Climate Change Act came onto the statute book. High profile speakers like actor Lily Cole and author Farhana Yamin joined politicians at Parliament to recognise the ten years since the Act was implemented to tackle climate change. The science is clear… Read more

in News October 25, 2018

Why Black History Month Matters Across Faiths

This month, up and down the country, lessons, seminars, events and performances will celebrate the contribution of the Black community in the UK, as well as reflect on the cultures and histories. As a British society, there is a unique understanding of how diversity enhances national culture, therefore; Black History Month should matter to people… Read more

in News March 16, 2018

The London Family Fund

The Mayor is offering £600,000 over three years to improve social networks, reduce isolation, and bring children and families together. The London Family Fund will award grants of up to £85,000 to innovative projects that promote social integration in London. Having children is something many people have in common and we want to build on… Read more

in Articles June 21, 2017

Interfaith

The Rise of Interfaith Solidarity on Social Media

 For many Christians, Lent is a time for reflection, prayer and self denial. ‘I’m giving up XYZ for Lent’ is a typical refrain heard during the period, as people abstain from their vices to reflect the 40 days Jesus spent fasting in the desert. In an excellent show of interfaith solidarity, the last few years… Read more