Civil society and public policy

An essential aspect of all religious faiths is how people treat others, how they relate to one another, how they live together in communities. It is this aspect of faith that motivates engagement in community development, regeneration and social action and also much of faith participation in civil society.

FbRN aims to act as a conduit between those who make and implement public policy and faith based practitioners of community development, regeneration and social action. This is because public policy affects the ways in which faith based organisations engage in communities, and  practitioners have insights and experience to contribute to policy makers and thereby assist in developing policies that build positive communities.

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