INTER FAITH WEEK 2021
14-21 November 2021
The aims of the week are to:
- Strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels
- Increase awareness of the different and distinct faith communities in the UK, in particular celebrating and building on the contribution which their members make to their neighbourhoods and to wider society
- Increase understanding between people of religious and non-religious beliefs
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THE RT REVD JONATHAN CLARK AND NARENDRA WAGHELA, CO-CHAIRS OF THE INTER FAITH NETWORK FOR THE UK, WHICH LEADS ON THE WEEK, SAID:
The Rt Revd Jonathan Clark and Narendra Waghela
“Inter Faith Week is a force for understanding, as well as encouraging action together for the common good. It is also a powerful antidote to ignorance and prejudice.
"Each year Inter Faith Week opens the door to new friendships and to new working partnerships and projects which make a practical difference to how we all live together in our diverse society, building on values held in common.”
THE GOVERNMENT’S MINISTER FOR FAITH, KEMI BADENOCH MP, SAID:
Kemi Badenoch MP
“Inter Faith Week is a perfect opportunity for people of all beliefs to reach out to and learn from different communities.
“I am proud to live in a country that recognises and respects the rich history of diverse communities in Britain and in my role as Faith Minister, I remain committed to raising awareness across society of inter faith issues.”
Photos in the carousel above: North Kirklees Inter Faith Council; Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur (UK) with Planting for Peace at OneJAIN Ahimsa Peace Garden, Harrow; Pupils from BlueCoat School, Coventry, learning about Diwali andBandi Chorr Divas; One of the Inter Faith Network for the UK's Trustees sharing a message for the Week; Watford Interfaith Association's annual Interfaith Pilgrimage, during the Week.