Friday 8 November 18.00 – 20.30

28 George Street, Lower Tower Street, Birmingham, B12 9RG

Have we become afraid to express our religious beliefs? Do we feel silenced from fear of perception? Are we losing our rights and values in an increasingly secular society? How can we work peacefully, with all denominations, to uphold religious rights and freedoms?

Join MEND for an interfaith, lively discussion on challenging ‘Religiophobia’ through awareness and solutions.

Hear our highly esteemed speakers and join the Q&A session with;

Dr Peter Rookes, Researcher & Advisor Faith based Healthcare, Secretary and 3rd Sector Liaison Officer for Birmingham Council of Faiths, Independent Community facilitator for CPS Hate Crime Scrutiny Panel and Member of Hope not Hate

Dr Stef Keris – Muslim Chaplain, Polyglot, Lecturer, Author of ‘The Hidden Islamic Heritage of our World’

Pauline Gallagher – Founder of Catholic Family Voice

Event held by Muslim Engagement & Development (MEND), Birmingham Council of Faiths
Contact Muslim Engagement & Development (MEND)
Telephone 020 7247 7707
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Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion
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