A Year of Service report

A Year of Service report
The full text of the end of project report, written by Jane Winter, is now available to download. 

Muslim Trustee for FbRN

We are seeking a Muslim Trustee who understands the nature of FbRN's mission to enable and facilitate the active participation of faith based organisations in community development, regeneration and social action and to build their capacity to engage in civil society. 

The practice of FbRN is to recruit trustees from nine faith traditions (Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Zoroastrian).  A Muslim trustee will need to be able to show an understanding of faith-based social action and have good working links with varying Muslim traditions and social action projects.

For more details please read attached documents below.

FbRN National Conference

FbRN conference
National Conference 2013 18th March 2013   Facing the Challenges, Looking for Opportunities Innovation, Networking, Policy, Practice, Research, Skills

Events & Admin Intern - immediate start


The FbRN national conference to be held in the Midlands in March 2013 will be the most important event for grassroots activists to meet each other and with policy makers, academics, philanthropists and all who have an interest in Faith Based Social Action.

We are seeking an intern for 2-3 days a week between now and the end of March to help organise this important event. Working closely with the Executive Director, the intern will gain experience in every aspect of conference organisation from essential administration to dealing with high profile speakers. Full expenses will be paid.

If you are interested in this role please send your CV and a short statement as to why you would be suitable. Send to and as we are in the middle of our office move please also copy:

Belief in Social Action: Exploring faith groups' responses to local needs

FBRN working together with Third Sector Research Centre and the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion (TSRC Working Paper 137)
Syndicate content