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Rebuilding our internal architecture
by Daniel Singleton
The New York Times reports on a new term being coined by psychologists – Languishing. This is the real and developing mental health complaint caused by the COVID lockdowns. “It wasn’t burnout — we still had energy. It wasn’t depression — we didn’t feel hopeless. […]
SAFE Security Awareness webinars
SAFE Security Awareness now have their schedule of webinars for May and June open for registration. They have included a special event covering the Government’s proposed Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law). “We want all organisations responsible for public venues and spaces to put public safety and […]
Webinar: Loneliness, Lockdown and the Role of Faith Communities
Increasing numbers of people from all age groups living in the UK report they feel lonely a significant amount of the time, exacerbated by the restrictions imposed by the COVID pandemic. How are faith groups responding to this need in their communities? How could their […]
Where Nature Meets Faith webinars
This summer, Faiths Forum for London in partnership with Faith for the Climate, Faiths United Youth Network, The Royal Parks London, Hindu Climate Action, Bahu Trust, EcoSikh, EcoSynagogue, Women’s Interfaith Network & Eco Dharma Network will be exploring issues of faith, sustainability, nature and our […]
Shaping Our Lives: Inclusive Involvement Survey
Shaping Our Lives have a mission to advance the involvement of Deaf and Disabled people, service users and others facing barriers when accessing services. Their Inclusive Involvement Survey aims to find out what would help you to take part and influence services to work better […]
Staying Together Recovering Together: report on befriending during COVID-19
Time to Talk Befriending and the University of Sussex have created a report which shares conclusions from data collected about experiences of befriending by befriendees and befrienders during COVID-19. To access the report, please click here.
- 11 May - COVID Focus Group: Baha’i, Jain and Zoroastrian
- 12 May - FaithAction Coffee House: Faith in the Future
Join us for a weekly hour-long online chat. This week, we’ll be looking at how faith groups can help us to build back better.
- 13 May - COVID Focus Group: Sikh
- 17 May - COVID Focus Group: Buddhist
- 18 May - COVID Focus Group: Women
- 20 May - COVID Focus Group: Muslim
- 20 May - Webinar: Loneliness, Lockdown and the Role of Faith Communities
Our Jeremy Simmons will share about the work of FaithAction and the APPG for Faith and Society on the role of faith communities in responding to the issue of loneliness at this webinar run by the NSMHF.
- 25 May - COVID Focus Group: Christian
- 25 May - COVID Focus Group: Jewish
"I believe that there is a significant and positive role for faith communities to play in the support of mental health."
"I pledge to support faith groups in my community to become Friendly Places which welcome and support those struggling with their mental health."Find Out More!