Event: Future Challenges and Opportunities for Faith Communities (30/7/09)

Faith communities are increasingly playing a role in civil renewal and regeneration activities throughout the UK. From the provision of social services, through to policy development, faith communities are shaping their interaction with a number of key bodies and individuals and this conference looks at creating a space for dialogue around the future challenges and opportunities that there are for faith communities.

Creating Spaces for Dialogue Programme: What are Future Challenges and Opportunities for Faith Communities? A half-day conference for practitioners, organisational leaders and social change activists aimed at creating dialogue with policy shapers and makers on faith and faith communities

This half day programme will involve statutory and voluntary sector organisations as well as Parliamentarians and will provide the opportunity for policy makers to engage with organisations that are faith based or who work with faith communities. There will be input from all three Parliamentary parties into the conference and further details can be obtained from Fiyaz Mughal on [email protected] or on 0207 485 1704 or 0793 960 9481.

Event details:
Date for Event: 30th July 2009
Time: 10 am to 1:30 pm
Venue: Camden Town Hall Judd Street London WC1H 9JE
Contact: Fiyaz Mughal OBE on [email protected] and 0793 960 9481

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