Inter Faith Week Mixer

Thursday 14 November 8.30 – 9.30

Churchill Room, 100 Parliament Street, London, SW1A 2NH

Please join us by starting your day and celebrating Inter Faith Week with a mixer hosted by the Civil Service Faith and Belief Champion Clare Moriarty.

The event will be a great opportunity for you to meet your departmental and agency faith and belief champions and our Cross-Whitehall faith and belief network chairs.

In response to last year's successful "Let's talk about faith and belief event" the theme for this year's Inter Faith Week event is "building bridges". This breakfast mixer will provide those attending with a fantastic opportunity to mix, engage and start a conversation with someone from a different faith or belief background. It is our hope to encourage open conversations around faith and belief in our departments and agencies as an integral part of the commitment made in the Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to make the Civil Service the most inclusive employer by 2020.

Refreshments will be served do let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

08:20: Arrival and registration
08:30 - 08:35: Welcome (Clare Moriarty - Civil Service Faith and Belief Champion)
08:35 - 8:45 Opening speech (Nuzhat Ali - winner of the inaugural faith and belief inclusion award at the Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion Awards and chair of the Civil Service Muslim Network)
08.45 - 8:55 Questions
09:00: Introduction to “mixing” session (Clare Moriarty - Civil Service Faith and Belief Champion)
09:30 - CLOSE

Event held by Cabinet Office - Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Team
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Event categories Dialogue/discussion, Food
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