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Religious education essential in current climate

The Three Faiths Forum (3FF) is adding to the voices calling for  Religious Education to be included in the English Baccalaureate (EBac). The Ebac is the government’s new performance measure for schools, recognising where...

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Interfaith connectors retreat captivates students

“Inspiring” was the word university students Anna Antoniouk and Jennisa Nandoo used to describe the launch of the Interfaith Connectors programme on February 16. Speaking to 3ff after the two-day retreat in Pax Lodge...

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Faith schools unite in dialogue

Sixth form students from a wide range of different faith and cultural backgrounds got together to discuss Britain’s economy today at a one-day conference at Pax Lodge, Hampstead. The students from five Muslim, Christian...

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3FF welcomes new experts

We are pleased to announce that Farmida Bi and Lee Turkel have decided to lend their skills and experience to the 3FF cause. Farmida Bi has joined the 3FF trustees. She is a partner...

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Samira Ahmed: do they mean us?

I spent much of February 23rd at the National Liberal Club just off Embankment in London – my first visit there since interviewing Baroness Floella Benjamin about social mobility, race and politics for The...

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New interfaith career opportunity for students

This week, the Three Faiths Forum and Interfaith Youth Core will launch a brand new initiative that will enable undergraduates to promote dialogue and social action on their campuses and beyond. The Interfaith Connectors...

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Teachers linking schools across faiths

Forty-five teachers united at The Windows in Islington, London, in late January to build closer links between their 33 different schools. All taking part in 3FF’s Shared Futures school linking programme got together to...

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