1.InterFaith2011On Wednesday 23rd November 2011 at the Muslim College, the MINAB held a discussion on“The role of faith institutions in tackling domestic violence.”

The aim of the discussion was to grow an awareness of issues surrounding domestic abuse. To work towards creating an environment within the faith institution in Britain in which domestic abuse is understood and recognized as unacceptable and where appropriate responses are available.

The discussion highlighted some of the excellent work being done by local and national faith groups and provided an opportunity for inter faith learning and cooperation. However there was real concern that at times there was apathy, and neglect by institution and faith leaders on this issue. 

 

enddomesticviolenceThe MINAB will be hosting an inter faith round table discussion on “The role of faith institutions in tackling domestic violence”. This is a very important and difficult topic for all communities and at times faith institutions struggle to tackle the problem. Faith institution have good level of influence and reach into communities that can be most vulnerable.

The aim of the discussion is to grow an awareness of issues surrounding domestic abuse. To create an environment within the faith institution in Britain in which domestic abuse is understood and recognized as unacceptable and where appropriate responses are available.

Date: Wednesday 23rd November 2011

Time:  2:00pm – 4:00 pm

Venue: The Muslim College, 20-22 Creffield Road, Ealing, London W5 3RP

Nearest station: Ealing Common

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Social Innovaion and Social Action Conference, in partnership with Faith Forum for London, Lambeth Palace, ICCD and supported by the Buncher Foundation.

Venue and Date: Lambeth Palace, 13th - 15th November, 2011

Following on from the success of the Buncher Interfaith Conference on social care in 2010, this year's conference will offer an unparalleled opportunity for faith based social action organisations from around the world to share best practice, foster leadership development, and promote ongoing collaboration.

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