Social media is all about having conversations with people. That’s what makes it social, right? And nothing demonstrates that more than Twitter. No doubt you’ve already heard of Twitter – hardly surprising when it’s used by over 300 million people, and used by a range […]
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by Jeremy Simmons
“…in terms of addressing health inequalities … partnership working and trust-building … we probably achieved more in the last three years than we have in the last ten.” So said the leader of a faith-based organisation in Yorkshire last year, when I asked her about […]
Launch of NHSE Chaplaincy Guidelines
NHS England have launched the new Chaplaincy Guidelines. The new Guidelines replace those previously published in 2015 and they set the ambition for inclusive chaplaincy services in all NHS settings and recognise the invaluable contribution that Chaplains make to health and care. The guidelines have […]
Good Faith Partnership: Virtues of Faith
The Good Faith Partnership, in collaboration with the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham, has been undertaking a research project on the role of virtues in the life of the UK’s religious communities, surveying over 3,000 people in the UK […]
Every Story Matters and the UK COVID-19 Inquiry
The UK COVID-19 Inquiry is “the independent public inquiry set up to examine the UK’s response to and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and learn lessons for the future”. In order to fully understand the impact of the pandemic on the UK population, the Inquiry […]
Each year a number of people receive Honours for services to inter faith work or community cohesion. The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) is particularly keen to recognise those who have contributed to building integrated communities. All nominations must be made on […]
Not by choice – the unequal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disempowered ethnic minority and migrant communities
The Race Equality Foundation (REF) have published a new report: Not by choice – the unequal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disempowered ethnic minority and migrant communities REF was commissioned by UKRI in collaboration with UCL and DOTW to analyse the unequal impact of […]
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