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Update on the Waltham Forest Syria Event
June 15, 2014 By Faith Matters

Update on the Waltham Forest Syria Event

      We recently held the following event on ‘The Internalisation of Conflict and Pulls on Young People,‘ in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. Speaking at the event were Commander Mak Chishty of the Metropolitan Police Service and a young female Muslim doctor, (Dr Shameela), who has visited Syria and provided medical care […]

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Safeguarding Young People in Waltham Forest in the Online World
June 9, 2014 By Faith Matters

Safeguarding Young People in Waltham Forest in the Online World

  This is the second in a series of public outreach events in the Borough of Waltham Forest that we are conducting. These series of outreach sessions that are part of the Safeguarding programme of work in the Borough, look at the online world and the threats and opportunities that it provides to young people. […]

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Leadership to Protect Life: Activating the Diaspora Community of Pakistani Heritage
March 4, 2014 By Faith Matters

Leadership to Protect Life: Activating the Diaspora Community of Pakistani Heritage

      This is our third session as part of the Connecting Communities project. Previous sessions can be found here. We are honoured to have the Bishop of Bolton lead the discussions under the theme of ‘Faith Leadership to Protect Life.’ The Connecting Communities project is based on the diaspora community of Pakistani heritage […]

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December 20, 2013 By Faith Matters

Lee Rigby Murder: Murdered Soldier is Not Forgotten, Say Army Colleagues

Dressed in his combat fatigues and regimental beret, Rob, an infantryman based at Woolwich Barracks, walks past the spot where his comrade Lee Rigby was murdered, as he does most days, and nods his respects. The only clear evidence that at this busy junction seven months earlier Drummer Rigby was killed in an act of […]

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November 25, 2013 By Faith Matters

Faith Matters Reaction to Anjem Choudhary & Al Muhajiroun Terror Revelations

    Responding to a HOPE not hate report out today, ‘Gateway to Terror’, which contains multiple revelations about hate leader Anjem Choudary and the al-Muhajiroun hate group, director of interfaith organisation Faith Matters (and Tell MAMA anti-Muslim hate crimes monitoring head) Fiyaz Mughal said: “We welcome the launch of this excellent and comprehensive report from HOPE not […]

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Launch of the Connecting Communities, Pakistan Project
October 9, 2013 By Faith Matters

Launch of the Connecting Communities, Pakistan Project

The Connecting Communities project is based on the ideas of enhancing, focussing and activating the power of communities who are of Pakistani heritage, and who are citizens and permanent residents of the United Kingdom. We are all aware of the enormous skills, energy possessed by diaspora communities of Pakistani heritage, the passion that many have […]

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October 9, 2013 By Faith Matters

Launch of the Connecting Communities, Pakistan Project

The Connecting Communities project is based on the ideas of enhancing, focussing and activating the power of communities who are of Pakistani heritage, and who are citizens and permanent residents of the United Kingdom. We are all aware of the enormous skills, energy possessed by diaspora communities of Pakistani heritage, the passion that many have […]

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August 16, 2013 By Faith Matters

Reverend Rana Khan Delivers the Bishop Vaughan Memorial Lecture

  BISHOP VAUGHAN MEMORIAL LECTURE, By Revd Rana Youab Khan, International Interreligious Dialogues Assistant to the Archbishop of Canterbury on 15TH MAY 2012 at the Parish of Oystermouth, Swansea “Interfaith Dialogue in the Post 9/11 World with a special reference to Dr Rowan Williams Archbishop of Canterbury” This is a speech given by Rev Rana […]

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April 29, 2013 By Faith Matters

The Muslims who saved Jewish people from the Holocaust

Righteous Muslims. Muslims who saved Jews in the Holocaust by Faith Matters and the Board of Deputies of British Jews It’s often said that the study of the past can help to illuminate our present, and that’s certainly the case in relation to a recent Holocaust exhibition held at the Board of Deputies of British […]

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