This section of the website contains video resources, including webinar recordings and presentations from meetings.
IFN Trustee and Chair of Nottingham Interfaith Council, Patricia Stoat, reflects on the importance of local inter faith activity in the UK.
IFN Co-Chair, Narendra Waghela, discusses how he got involved in inter faith activity and why it is so important in the UK context.
This page contains video presentations given as part of IFN's National Meeting held on 12 July 2023. The theme of the day was Educating for Religious Literacy.
Chanda Shome and Yogesh Joshi, members of Watford Interfaith Association (WIFA), discuss the Watford Peace Garden and how they became involved in local inter faith activity.
A session about the Inter Faith Buddies scheme, which provides opportunities to open, or deepen, conversation with a person of a different faith or belief
This page contains video presentations from the 2022 National Meeting of the Inter Faith Network for the UK, held on 22 March. The theme of the day was Working in Partnership for the Common Good.
Rabbi Warren Elf MBE, Co-Chair, Faith Network for Manchester (FN4M), shares some reflections from his inter faith journey, including on ways that he has been involved in inter faith activity and on helpful learning opportunities
Mehru Fitter MBE, Coventry Multi Faith Forum, shares some reflections from her inter faith journey on the differences that learning opportunities make to people's development of inter faith understanding.
Afrasiab Anwar MBE, Chair of Building Bridges in Burnley, shares some reflections from his inter faith journey.
A session for local inter faith groups, focusing particularly on use of Facebook and Twitter
This page contains video presentations from the 2021 National Meeting of the Inter Faith Network for the UK, held on 23 March. The theme of the day was Faith Communities and COVID-19: Learning from the journey.
A webinar for local inter faith organisations, held by IFN on 15 December 2020
Video: A Webinar for local inter faith groups led by the Inter Faith Network for the UK on Friday 19 June 2020. Marking the Great Get Together.