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Inter Faith Week (14th – 21st November) is fast approaching, and here at the Faith & Belief Forum, we have a range of events to get involved in the weeks festivities and spirit! This is a time when the spotlight is on the huge impact that faith and belief communities make to our society, and on the work for interfaith understanding, cooperation and relationships in the UK.
The aims of Inter Faith Week are to
There is a wide range of events to get involved with, such as walks, workshops, cooking and art classes, competitions and much more – including many from F&BF!
Read on to find out what F&BF are doing for Inter Faith Week, and how you can get involved.
Tuesday 16th November, 4-5pm
Join us for an engaging CPD webinar introducing and
modelling activities from our programmes, designed to
support your school’s Years 4-9. RE/PSHE/Citizenship/RSE offer.
Tuesday 16th November, 4:30-6pm
Join us for the launch of our ENGAGE network. This network is for organisations who already work with, or would like to work with,
young people from faith and belief communities. It will come together
twice a year to share expertise and experiences, build skills and
knowledge and to connect with diverse Londoners.
Wednesday 17th November, 2-3:30pm
To recognise and celebrate National Interfaith Week, NCS Trust in collaboration with the Faith & Belief Forum, will come together to discuss ‘How do we create programmes that are inclusive, navigate questions about diversity and support young people from faith/belief backgrounds?’
Thursday 18th November, 6:30-7:30pm
In honour of Inter Faith Week 2021, we are hosting an
informal online space for LGBTQ+ people and allies
of different faiths, religions, and non-religious beliefs,
to celebrate together. This is in partnership with London
Queer Muslims, House of Rainbow, Sarbat and OneBodyOneFaith.
You can expect icebreakers, online games and opportunities
for sharing and discussion about our faiths and backgrounds.
Saturday 20th November, 1-3pm
The WM Youth Interfaith team will be cooking a meal together and inviting people in need for a sit-down meal. There will be an activity, giving people the opportunity to do something together with the guests.
This is an event for WM Youth Interfaith and is closed to the public.