Building Back Better Conference: Faith During the Crisis
- Thursday, 26th November 2020 until Thursday, 26th November 2020
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
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2020 has been a tumultuous year. In the midst of the current crisis, it is undeniable that faith communities have risen to the fore. Yet faith communities should not only be called upon when a crisis arrives. Instead, they ought to be recognised as key partners, and as integral members of the social fabric.
Having discussed faith and social cohesion and the role faith groups have played during the COVID-19 pandemic during the day’s previous sessions, this final session of the Building Back Better Conference will focus on the role that faith communities ought to play in societal efforts to build back better and sustain a more cohesive future, post COVID-19 and post-Brexit.
Join us to hear from a distinguished panel made up of members of different faiths, sectors, and political parties, all discussing the question: What Role is There for Faith in the Future?
*This event features as part one of FaithAction’s three-part conference – Building Back Better: The Role of Faith. See here for details of the rest of the day’s events.