Working in Partnership for the Common Good: Report on IFN’s 2022 National Meeting
Exploring partnership working by faith groups and other types of bodies, rooted in shared values
The COVID-19 pandemic spotlighted and also accelerated the ways that faith communities are increasingly working together, and in partnership with other types of agencies, for the common good.
IFN's 2022 National Meeting focussed on the second element of that: faith groups and other types of bodies working together for the common good, drawing on values held in common such as service and justice.
The day was a chance to hear about and engage with a wide range of examples from different types of organisations working with faith organisations and inter faith bodies for the common good. It also offered an opportunity to reflect on principles that can underpin effective partnership working as well as some of the challenges that can be experienced when developing partnerships.
IFN's 2021 National Meeting was fully centred on COVID-19 response, and so this meeting focussed mainly other areas of partnership.
The full report on the day can be downloaded below. Videos of plenary presentations from the day can be viewed here.
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