St Helens Council - Social media campaign
Sunday 12 November
Wesley House, Corporation Street, St Helens
To show its support for Inter Faith Week, St Helens Council will fly the ‘St Helens No Place for Hate’ flag above the town hall during the week, run a social media campaign by posting daily messages, and encourage residents to get involved by posting selfies holding downloadable ‘Stand Up for One Another’ posters and tagging the St Helens Council twitter account, @StHelensCouncil. Interviews with local faith representatives from the Iman Trust, Street Pastor Organisation and with a local Unitarian Minister will also be posted on St Helens Council’s Safer Communities website (www.safersthelens.org.uk/IFW) and social media channels to celebrate the differences and similarities between different religions.
|Event held by||St Helens Council|
|Contact||St Helens Council|
|Event categories||Social media campaign|
|Important information||To download your ‘Stand Up for One Another’ poster to show your support to the campaign, please visit www.safersthelens.org.uk/IFW and tag the council in your tweet using the hashtag #StandUpForOneAnother|