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Security matters to all of us. We all have a stake in the task of building a more secure society, both within the UK and in the wider world. Escalating violence and insecurity suggest that current approaches are not working. Part of the reason for this is that they do not adequately reflect the needs, concerns and hopes of a broad range of people.
On Sunday 22 April, 3FF will be hosting an event in partnership with Rethinking Security (RS): an organisation which promotes conversations about security in different communities.
We invite you to join with others for a conversation about security: what it means to people of different faiths and beliefs and how it can be improved, both here in the UK and globally.
Questions we will explore:
Participating in this conversation will give you the opportunity to:
Who is it for?
How do I get a place?
Diana Francis is a lifelong peace campaigner with many years of international experience in supporting groups of people who are working for change, especially those involved in or affected by social and political conflict, acting as a facilitator, trainer, mediator and consultant. She is a member of the Society of Friends, is a Programme Associate with Conciliation Resources and convenes the Rethinking Security Council.
Phil has been the director of 3FF for 3 years. Previously he has worked in many contexts affected by violent conflict, including the Philippines, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and the South Caucasus. Phil joined 3FF to apply his peacebuilding experience more to a UK context, and he sees a lot of potential in combining peacebuilding and inter-cultural approaches to strengthening relations between people of different faiths and beliefs.