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This page contains a list of some of the inter faith events and activities taking place across the UK.

In light of COVID-19, organisations are now holding many of their events online.

Wednesday 15 July

Racism in Newcastle - Newcastle Council of Faiths

Newcastle Council of Faiths is holding an online discussion event on Wednesday 15 July at 6pm via Zoom. The topic of the event will be the issue of racism in Newcastle and will consist of a moderated discussion between a panel of experts, followed by questions from the audience. Panel speakers include: Chi Onwurah MP; Shumel Everest; Jaswinder Singh; and Superintendent Karl Wilson. To register, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with ‘CofF anti-racism’ as the subject title. Questions for the panel must be submitted by Tuesday 14 July.

Thursday 16 July

BAME women and leadership - St Philip’s Centre Leicester

St Philip's Centre, Leicester is holding an online seminar on Thursday 16 July on 'BAME women and leadership'.  The Revd Novette Headley, Superintendent Minister of Leicester West Methodist Circuit, and Jawaahir Dahir, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Somali Development Services, will be speaking.  The event is being held from 10am to 11am.  To book a place, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Thursday 16 July

Black Lives Matter - Faiths Together in Croydon

Faiths Together in Croydon is holding its next event on Black Lives Matter on Thursday 16 July.  This will explore questions, such as: Why is there still racism in the 21st century? What can we do in Croydon to make lives better? It is being held from 5.30pm to 7pm via Zoom.  To register, visit

Thursday 16 July

Faith and a Green Recovery - Thinking Global, Acting Local - Faith for the Climate

Faith for the Climate is holding a webinar on Thursday 16 July entitled ‘Faith and a Green Recovery - Thinking Global, Acting Local’.  Speakers will include the Rt Revd Dr Steven Croft (Bishop of Oxford), the Rt Revd Olivia Graham (Bishop of Reading) and Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal (Senior Lecturer in Sikh Studies, University of Birmingham and Trustee, Faith for the Climate) and it will be hosted by Dr Shanon Shah, Interim Network Coordinator, Faith for the Climate.  It is being held from 2pm to 3.30pm via Zoom.  To register, visit

Sunday 19 July

25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide - Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester

The Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester is holding an online commemoration event for the 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide on Sunday 19 July. Speakers include the Forum’s Co-Chair Cllr Heather Fletcher; Afzal Khan CBE, MP for Manchester Gorton; Elinor Chohan, Chair of Remembering Srebrenica North West; and Aldin Zilic, a Bosnian who came to the UK as a child refugee. It is being held from 7pm to 8.30pm via Zoom. To register, visit

Wednesday 22 July

Sexual Abuse Framed by Faith or Belief – Exploring Boundaries and Contexts - Inform

Inform (an independent charity located in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, King’s College, London) is holding a Summer Seminar on Wednesday 22 July via Zoom.  The theme of the seminar is 'Sexual Abuse Framed by Faith or Belief – Exploring Boundaries and Contexts' and it will be taking place from 7pm to 8.30pm.  For further information, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

DISCLAIMER: Event information is based on that sent to the Inter Faith Network for the UK (IFN), which is then edited for style. IFN makes no guarantee that the event information displayed on this page is accurate. Inclusion of events should not be taken as endorsement of any kind. Lack of inclusion of events may not be assumed to imply a lack of endorsement. Events are included at the absolute discretion of IFN, which reserves the right to edit information provided for event listing purposes.

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