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Published 12 October 2017


Inter Faith Week: 2 Months To Go!

Inter Faith Week, now in its ninth year, begins two months today on 12 November.

Published 12 September 2017


Inter Faith Week 2016 list of events and activities

Published 11 August 2017


100 days to go!

Inter Faith Week 2017 begins in 100 days on Sunday 12 November

Published 4 August 2017


Inter Faith Week: Stories from 2016, inspiration for 2017

A short, illustrated report on Inter Faith Week 2016, with a section looking forward to the 2017 Week.

Published 4 July 2017


Inter Faith Week 2015 Mini-Report (In Annual Review)

The Inter Faith Network for the UK's 2015/16 Annual Review contains a mini-report on Inter Faith Week 2015.

Published 30 June 2017


Report of meeting on local inter faith activity held by All Party Parliamentary Group with the Inter Faith Network for the UK

Presentations, in the form provided by contributors, are included, together with a summary of discussion through Q and A.

Published 3 March 2017


Arts, Culture and Music

Inter Faith Week provided a great opportunity for events showcasing arts, culture and music linked to faith communities across the UK.

Published 18 January 2017


Celebrations and Festivals

For many participants, Inter Faith Week was a time of celebration, and a range of celebrations and festivals took place to recognise the contributions that faith communities make.

Published 18 January 2017


Dialogue and Discussion

Inter Faith Week saw many events encouraging dialogue, discussion and debate between people of different faiths and beliefs.

Published 18 January 2017


Higher and Further Education Activities

Inter Faith Week offered a range of opportunities for students to get involved, notably through Higher and Further Education institutions.

Published 18 January 2017


Local authorities and other public agencies

Inter Faith Week provides a particularly good platform for local authorities and other public agencies to work in partnership with local faith communities and inter faith bodies.

Published 18 January 2017


Media, Online Activities and Social Media

An enormous range of events were advertised on the internet and through social media, and numerous articles and blogs were written about the Week. Some also ran social media campaigns, online activities, radio shows or made films.

Published 18 January 2017


Pilgrimages, Walks, Faith Trails and Open Door Days

Inter Faith Week is a time when many places of worship open their doors to welcome others in to learn more, either as part of a pilgrimage, walk or faith trail or an open door day.

Published 18 January 2017


Religious Literacy

Inter Faith Week provides a great opportunity to increase religious literacy, and many events advanced awareness, as people learn more about one another, and something of the contribution that others make to their neighbourhoods and to wider society.

Published 18 January 2017


Remembrance Events

It was decided that Inter Faith Week 2016 would begin on Remembrance Sunday, encouraging people of different backgrounds to mark it together.

Published 18 January 2017


Peace and Non-Violence Events

Some communities chose to come together during Inter Faith Week to promote peace or non-violence through services and vigils or celebrations and festivals.

Published 18 January 2017


School Activities

Inter Faith Week has become a firm fixture in the calendar of many schools.

Published 18 January 2017


Social Action

Inter Faith Week is a time of the year that brings faith communities together, and many choose to celebrate through practical cooperation for the common good.

Published 18 January 2017


National Events and Initiatives

‘National’ events took place in England, Wales and Northern Ireland along with events that reflected a UK-wide focus, such as the launches of a number of projects or parliamentary events.

Published 18 January 2017

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