It has been a dramatic and challenging year. As a team, we have remained optimistic and responded in positive and constructive ways to a rapidly changing context. And we could not have done anything without the support and collaboration of our donors and partners who we are indebted to.
Not only have we continued to consolidate our long-standing work with schools and universities, but we have been ahead of the curve in developing resources and services for online access (which will become more critical during the pandemic), have deepened our work at the intersections of faith and other identity characteristics, and have begun to influence how local government collaborates with faith and belief communities to improve social cohesion.
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.