#FaithinPartnership Week

11th – 15th September 2023

See what happened during our week celebrating and championing cross-sector working!

5 million people in the UK – are you next?

There are now 13 local authorities who have adopted the Faith Covenant created by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Faith and Society (of which FaithAction is the secretariat).

That means 5 million people are covered by the faith covenant in;

  • Birmingham
  • Leeds
  • Northampshire
  • Barnet
  • Solihull
  • Calderale
  • Southampton
  • Blackpool
  • Essex
  • Brent
  • Wolverhamton
  • Preston
  • Brighton and Hove

The Faith Covenant expresses a commitment by local faith organisations and local government and commissioners to work together for the benefit of all in the community.

It has been a catalyst for work on mental health in Essex, equalities awareness in Leeds, and played a part in establishing faith groups as significant part of the civil society in Barnet.

The Faith Covenant as a set of principles has proved to be a flexible platform to bring different people in local areas together.

We think all areas of the country would benefit from a faith covenant.

During the general election period why not press local candidates to commit to supporting a faith covenant?

This is one of many ideas which will form part of our FaithAction manifesto.

We want to hear your ideas so get in touch email [email protected]
Or tag @faithactionnet #mymanifesto in a tweet.

About Daniel Singleton

National Executive Director

Daniel Singleton has been the National Executive Director of FaithAction since 2007. This role has seen Daniel forge close working relationships across a number of national government departments, as well as local statutory and voluntary-sector bodies. As part of FaithAction’s mission to connect national and local government with grassroots organisations, Daniel also meets regularly with FaithAction member groups to help them develop in their social action.