SFI is comprised of a network of trained facilitators throughout England.
In 2015, Faiths Forum for London launched its Twitter Interfaith Coding for Girls from single faith secondary schools in London.
With the rise of hate crime, extremism, and a lack of social cohesion, many are asking how faith institutions can
use their influence to address these problems and support marginalised communities.
The Interfaith Maverick Podcast series, hosted by Dr Stewart Yarlett, features conversations with a diversity of
guests offering a variety of expert and informed opinions and perspectives from both leading institutions and
In 2018, Faiths Forum for London introduced its first ever ‘Democracy Week’ campaign, initiated by the
Cabinet Office and the National Democracy Week council.
From 2013 to 2020, the rate of hate crime being committed nationally has risen by 63%. 45% of Islington
residents are either obese or overweight.
Faiths Forum for London has partnered with Hasmonean High School for Girls and Al-Zahra School (run by the
Al Khoei Foundation) to bring the Dream it Do it Project during June 2021.
Faiths Forum for London in partnership with NMYC is running a webinar series looking to raise awareness
around Freedom of Religion or Belief volitions around the world.
The increase of domestic abuse within all communities has been starkly highlighted this year by the Covid-19
One of our subprojects is engaging with others through our webinar series.
Why is immigration detention an issue? The UK immigration detention system is in desperate need of reform.
In partnership with the Fayreshare Foundation, the COVID champions project was set up to ensure that
individuals from faith-based communities have access to reliable information around the vaccine.