An interactive, peer-led space for people of all faiths and beliefs to; connect, explore, and act, together.
Coinciding with UK Interfaith Week in November, the summit is a unique event bringing together young people from diverse communities to connect with others, explore important themes, and sign up to joint action in the UK. Along with workshops, panel discussions, roundtables, talks, and an exhibition space, there will be a buzzing festive space for sharing food, music and conversation. The theme of this years Summit will be: Intersectionality, Identity and Race.Book your ticket today
|Time||Stream 1 - Main Auditorium||Stream 2 - Conference room||Stream 3 - Annex|
|3.30-4.00pm||Introductions and keynote speaker|
Amplify is an arts-based youth-led programme. Students from Westminster Academy will facilitate this session to explore issues and interests related to identity, faith/belief, power, leadership, society, justice, and sensitive issues in a context of global citizenship.
|Mental Health & Masculinity in Modern Times|
Join The Delicate Mind in exploring masculinity and mental health through their interactive workshop. A closed conversation in a safe space - all welcome.
|5.15-6.25pm||Soft power, interfaith, and the UK's place in the world post Brexit|
Panel discussion covering the role of soft power and faith communities in shaping UK foreign policy post Brexit, followed by an interactive Q&A with attendees, policy makers, and think tank experts.
A workshop exploring interactive and participatory theatre, and how playful performances can be used to facilitate understanding of alternative perspectives and motivate dialogue (Capped at 25 Participants)
A chance to meet with people of various beliefs and backgrounds in a fun and exciting set-up!
|6.30-7.40pm||What's Climate Got To Do With Me?|
A workshop exploring climate change and how we can campaign and take action
My Life My Say (MLMS) presents their signature Brexit Café, providing a safe space for participants to discuss how young people envision the future UK and EU relationship.
Mentor Wise facilitate a conversation around the current place of interfaith relations in our society.
|7.45-9pm||Food, entertainment and networking - Atrium and Auditorium|