Inter Faith Network: Responding together to tackle hate crime
The Inter Faith Network (IFN) has recently updated the resource section of its document Looking after one another: The safety and security of our faith communities. This document was originally created in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, the Equality and Human Rights Commission, the Home Office, the National Fire Chiefs’ Council and the National Police Chiefs’ Council and the new version likewise.
The document is an important resource for faith and inter faith organisations and for all those working for the safety of communities and their members. The resource contains practical pointers for responding jointly to attacks on places of worship; working for calm in times of tension; and working to build and strengthen good inter faith relations.
You can download the resource here.