"Working for the common good through growing friendship and understanding
between people and communities of differing faiths and beliefs"
Inter Faith Network local inter faith practitioner day – Wednesday 27 March, Peterborough
Among IFN’s meetings are special days each year for people from local inter faith organisations anywhere in the UK to come together. The meetings offer opportunities to network, share experiences, discuss issues of common interest and concern, and to discuss practical aspects of developing successful inter faith programmes as well as the challenges. There is no charge to attend, and a vegetarian lunch is provided.
The next of these events will be held on Wednesday 27 March in Peterborough Cathedral’s conference rooms. It will be chaired by IFN Co-Chair Jatinder Singh Birdi, who is also a local inter faith group chair. The day includes a chance to take part in two workshops.
Topics in plenary and in workshops will include:
- developing successful programmes
- working in partnership with local authorities
- widening patterns of engagement
- faith and social action
- ‘open door days’ and ‘faith trails’ to help increase religious literacy and build good relations
- youth inter faith engagement
- tackling hate and prejudice
- dialogue about difficult issues
A small number of places are also available for local inter faith practitioners who are working through contexts other than inter faith organisations.
Booking forms and further information will follow soon.
Reports from previous events held in Bristol, Coventry, London, Manchester and Sheffield can be found at: https://www.interfaith.org.uk/resources/publications/local.
Best wishes, Harriet Crabtree