NTU Faith: Interfaith Week Event
Why do we need interfaith to work today?
This event will bring together diverse faith representatives together to explore the importance and significance of different faith groups working together for the common good.
- From: Friday 19 November 2021, 5.30 pm
- To: Friday 19 November 2021, 7 pm
- Booking deadline: Friday 19 November 2021, 5.00 pm
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This event will bring together diverse faith representatives together to explore the importance and significance of different faith groups working together for the common good. It will seek to shed light on what are the barriers and what are the successful examples of interfaith working locally, nationally, and internationally. With Nottingham predicted to be over 40% Black, Asian and minority ethnic in the next census results religious diversity will be on the increase. We will be bringing together experienced faith leaders who have engaged in interfaith action and crossed the border of faith to work with different faith groups. We will hear from experienced organisers who have brought diverse faith communities together to act for the common good to challenges and successes of such activities.
This event is open to the NTU Community staff, students and to the public.
This event is organised by NTU Faith Manager Clive Foster and Robina Din Multi-Faith Coordinator