Discussing Best Practice to Resolve Communal Tensions
CFCF - Professional Practitioner Seminar
6th October 2022
The CFCF (City Faith & Community Forum) hosted this closed event on October 6th 2022 in order to share and discuss best practice for resolving communal tensions in light of the recent incidences in Leicester.
The event is intended for professional practitioners engaged with the subject: those working for interfaith and charitable organisations, those engaged in counter-radicalisation and in promoting dialogue & communal cohesion, as well as, representatives from the police and local councils.
The discussion will be framed and initiated by a series of brief talks from our panel of practitioners including:
Hadiya Masieh - Director, The Groundswell Project
Revd. Bonnie-Evans Hills - Priest in Charge, Church of St. Margaret & Former Interfaith Adviser to the Bishop of Leicester
Meeta Joshi - Hindu Chaplain, University of Surrey, Trustee of Woking People of Faith and Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum
Given the sensitivity of the topic, this meeting was closed and conducted under the Chatham House Rule.