8th Annual Women’s Conference – March 2014

As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, Redbridge Faith Forum in collaboration with Street Pastors and Alzheimer’s Society hosted the 8th Annual Women’s Conference and Public Forum on Wednesday 12th March 2014 ¬†at The Vine Church, Riches Road, Ilford IG1 1JH

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10th Anniversary Dinner

Redbridge Faith Forum’s amazing ten year milestone was celebrated on Thursday 3rd October with a magnificent meal at Sahan’s restaurant (highly recommended for all to try!).

A grand gathering of 69 was joined by Deputy Mayor Mrs Tania Solomon, her consort Mr David Solomon, MP Mike Gapes, Leader of the council Cllr Keith Prince, other councillors and Faith/community leaders/representatives to mark the achievements of the Forum over the ten years of its existence.

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National Equality Award

Redbridge Faith Forum wins National Equality Award

Redbridge Faith Forum scooped the prestigious Compact Advancing Equalities Award at Westminster on Wednesday 7 November 2012. This award is for demonstrating outstanding commitment through equality.

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Womens’ Interfaith Workshops Project – History

A Redbridge Faith Forum Project

Who is it for?

In 2009 Redbridge Faith Forum hoped to attract a regular core group of women from Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh, Zoroastrian and other faith backgrounds living in Redbridge that had, or would like to have, strong links with their own cultural traditions and learn of the faiths and traditions of others interested in the aims of the project, which are to create a process of dialogue with women, which will strengthen communication between faith communities. The aims were further elaborated on at a workshop help in July 2009, to:

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