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Project Voice

To project the voices of those we support and the impact of our partnership with them

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Build Movement

To generate stronger community-based movement, with youth at the forefront

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Equip Learners

To equip more learners with the skills and tools they need to handle and influence relations between different faiths and beliefs

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Building good relations between people of all faiths and beliefs

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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Now recruiting a Major Donor Fundraiser

For over 20 years, the Faith & Belief Forum has been at the forefront of creating innovative and meaningful interfaith encounters through our programmes in schools, universities and community spaces. We think that our work is needed now more than ever. Please join us and use your expertise to help us to grow and meet this need.

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Pizza & Plays

Join us this January for weekly creative writing and performing workshops run in partnership with the National Theatre.

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School Workshops

To succeed in today's complex and diverse world, young people need to be able to communicate sensitively and effectively with anyone, regardless of beliefs or background.

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School Linking

The School Linking Programme matches students and classes from different cultural or faith backgrounds to explore issues of identity, community and belief.

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ParliaMentors

ParliaMentors is a UN award-winning leadership programme

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LGBT+Faith

The LGBT+Faith training day provides a space to reflect, learn, and build your practice for working with and supporting LGBT+ people of faith.

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Impact

Recognising a ‘student bubble’ dividing university students and the local community, and the common experience of loneliness amongst the community’s elderly residents, the 2016-17 ParliaMentors team at the University of Nottingham established a novel penpal service providing the first point of contact between the elderly population and students in Nottingham. The team formed partnerships with

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