equalities/human rights

One World Week 2011 - Living for One World

Sun 23rd Oct - Sun 30th Oct
For one week surrounding United Nations Day every October, people of different faiths and backgrounds come together to celebrate each other's cultures to challenge global injustice. People are united by the shared belief that when we understand each other's perspectives, our lives  can be transformed and enriched.  One World Week Online is a rich resource of information including faith-based social action material. See www.oneworldweek.org  

Talk-Talk: Intergenerational Conversations: Derby

Wed 29th Jun
Share in a delicious vegetarian buffet and then enjoy a good conversation!

ASHA Centre

The ASHA Centre
ASHA Centre garden
The mission of the ASHA Centre is to promote peaceful co-operation between people of different religions and cultures.

The Diocese of Peterborough, in conjunction with the Christian Network for Gypsies and Travellers, is holding a ‘Road Show’

Tue 28th Jun
The event will draw together organisations, authorities and faith leaders/ministers that have an interest or involvement with Gypsies and Travellers in the area.

The Living Wage and the role of the Church: London

Tue 24th May
A free workshop to gather, inspire and challenge church leaders and others to promote the Living Wage in their own churches and the wider community.  

Daughters of Eve: Muslim Women Critically Thinking the Past, Present and Future (Bradford)

Fri 6th May - Sun 8th May
The two day national residential conference, which has been organised in partnership with the BMWC (Bradford Muslim Women’s Council and ISB (Islamic Society of Britain) is the first of its kind in Bradford.  
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