Inter Faith Learning, Dialogue and Cooperation: Next Steps

To assist people who have attended an Inter Faith Week event and would like to get more involved, the Inter Faith Network published this guide.

Published 22 November 2016

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 8 November 2016

Media tips

There are a number of simple ways to raise the profile of your organisation and your activities during Inter Faith Week.

Published 7 November 2016

Inter Faith Week 2015 snapshot

Inter Faith Week 2015 ran from 15-21 November across England, Northern Ireland and Wales. This page gives some key facts and information on the Week.

Published 7 November 2016

2019 Flyer

Download the 2019 Inter Faith Week flyer

Published 6 November 2016

Branding/ logos

You are welcome to use any of these logos and branding items on materials linked to Inter Faith Week.

Published 6 November 2016

Young people

Resources for young people are included on this page.

Published 6 November 2016

Police Forces

In many parts of the country, police forces have been making a very important contribution to developing and sustaining good inter faith relations.

Published 6 November 2016

Local Authorities

The Week offers an important opportunity for local authorities to recognise the diversity and the distinctiveness of their local faith communities and the contribution which they make – singly and together – to their local community.

Published 6 November 2016

Higher and Further Education

Inter Faith Week is a great opportunity to celebrate diversity and help foster inclusion on campus

Published 6 November 2016

Local Inter Faith Organisations

Local inter faith bodies are involved in inter faith work all year round, but having a single Week where most inter faith groups and faith forums are taking part provides a focal point for the public, opening up inter faith activity to a wider audience.

Published 6 November 2016

National and Regional Inter Faith Organisations

Inter Faith Week provides a great opportunity for inter faith organisations to highlight the inter faith work they carry out year-round and to draw new people into this.

Published 6 November 2016

National Faith Communities

Inter Faith Week offers a valuable opportunity to make the public more aware of your faith community and of the important contribution which it makes to wider society – locally, nationally and internationally.

Published 6 November 2016

Local Faith Communities

Inter Faith Week provides local faith communities with a great opportunity to showcase your important social action and inter faith work and to build new relationships of understanding and cooperation.

Published 6 November 2016

Non-Religious Belief Groups

One of the aims of Inter Faith Week is increasing dialogue between religious and non-religious groups, and people from both religious and non-religious backgrounds are warmly welcomed to take part.

Published 5 November 2016

Sports organisations

Inter Faith Week can be a great time to initiate inter faith sports programmes or celebrate those that are already going

Published 5 November 2016


Inter Faith Week offers an excellent opportunity for chaplaincies to reach out, bring people together, and showcase the work that they do.

Published 5 November 2016

Workplaces and businesses

Inter Faith Week provides businesses and workplaces with a unique opportunity to engage with diversity and equalities and to encourage religious literacy and positive relations in the workplace.

Published 5 November 2016

2015 Social Media Review

This page contains a snapshot of activity linked to Inter Faith Week 2015 on Facebook and Twitter.

Published 1 November 2016

Starter points for social media

This page offers some overview/ 'starter points' for those completely new to social media use.

Published 18 October 2016

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