Category: Blog

Faith, Football and Friendship

By Robert Getley, St Monica’s Primary School There are many things I enjoy about being a teacher. The interaction with the children, the responsibility, the challenges, that every day is different and of course the...

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Spirituality in Motion

Marta Rocamora speaks about her Urban Dialogues experience and the Spirituality in Motion project How did you first come into contact with Urban Dialogues (UD)? I found out about the 3FF networking event. That’s where I...

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The Stories Behind a Tapestry

Interview with the Tapestry Project Artists: Husna Lohiya, Zuleika Lebow, Kerri Jefferis Q: Why did you decide to create a tapestry? Zuleika: I was reading a book about Jerusalem around the time the Romans...

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A golden summer for diversity?

Stephen Shashoua, Director, 3FF It was a great summer for multicultural Britain. The Olympics and Paralympics celebrated cultural diversity in many ways, from the opening and closing ceremonies to the way the public rallied...

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Cinnamon buns and hot potatoes

3FF’s Education and Training Manager Debbie Danon shares her story of going to Sweden to train a group of interfaith practitioners: I am sitting opposite my Swedish guide Anneli at the Paideia European Institute of...

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Life as a researcher

Rachael Squire, an alumnus of 3FF’s Undergraduate ParliaMentors, writes about how the programme helped her start a career as a Parliamentary Researcher. As a participant in the Undergraduate Parliamentors scheme in 2010-2011, I was excited to...

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Getting urban artists talking

By Victoria Burgher On my way to Red Gallery on Tuesday evening, I found myself marooned under a shop awning on Great Eastern Street. While waiting for the deluge to abate, I had a...

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Mindful Easter

By Seán Rose As an Education Projects Officer at 3FF, I get to visit Secondary schools weekly – sometimes daily – to facilitate interfaith workshops. In one of our workshops, called Encountering Faiths and...

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LinkedInterfaith

By Zara Cheng As a visitor observing a Catholic-Muslim School Link for the first time, I was struck by the ease with which the students from the two schools got along with each other....

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