All In Good Faith
Monday 15 November
23 Portland Pl, London W1B 1PZ
As Part of Inter Faith Week, the Nursing and Midwifery Council held a special webinar entitled #AllInGoodFaith.
This was the first time the NMC held an event during Inter Faith Week. It was hosted by Anthony Robinson, Assistant Director at the NMC, and the panel consisted of six NMC staff members with different beliefs – Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Sikhism, Atheism and Agnostic.
The essence of interfaith dialogue is constructive and positive interaction between people of different beliefs. It was truly fascinating to hear from each of the panellists about their experiences and the impact their belief has on their life in and out of work. From having the right prayer facilities in the office, to colleagues showing interest in each other, it was clear that showing respect and a willingness to learn is the best way for an organisation to support colleagues with different beliefs.
It was also really moving to hear the panellists’ reflections about the impact the pandemic has had on their expression of belief, from the closure of places of worship, to finding comfort in the sense of community that the crisis fostered – whether that community stemmed from a religious belief or not.
|Event held by||The Nursing and Midwifery Council Employee Network|
|Event categories||Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion, Workplace|