Remembering Queen Elizabeth II
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To project the voices of those we support and the impact of our partnership with themFind out how
To generate stronger community-based movement, with youth at the forefrontFind out how
We work towards a connected and supportive society where people of different faiths, beliefs and cultures have strong, productive and lasting relations.
We were founded in 1997 as the Three Faiths Forum and became the Faith & Belief Forum in 2018.
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Have you wanted to get involved with the teaching of religion in your child’s school, but didn’t know how to go about it? Or perhaps you’re a teacher or subject lead who wants to involve community groups in the teaching of Religion and Worldviews in your school, but you’re unsure how to approach the conversation – or you’re looking to reduce parent withdrawals.
The Faith & Belief Forum has been helping individuals and organisations heal divides and build bridges between communities across the country. Our programmes and events are giving people the skills to unite people across difference in schools, universities, workplaces, and the wider community. We hope you’ll find the time to read our full annual report and find out more about our impact.
As an organisation dedicated to building good relations between people of different identities, we recognise that the question of how to keep communities connected takes on a different aspect in these days of limited social contact.
We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new Resources section to help you access and benefit from our work online.
We are a proud signatory of the Business in the Community Race at Work Charter.
The Charter is composed of five calls to action for leaders and organisations across all sectors. Signing up means taking practical steps to tackle barriers that ethnic minority people might face in recruitment and progression and committing to be an organisation representative of British society today.