‘Made in Wales’: Students challenging stereotypes

‘Made in Wales’: an Exhibition at the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff, by one of the trios on Undergraduate ParliaMentors 2012-13: Mohanvir (Sikh), Lalrin (Christian), Wipula (Secular Buddhist) On 11th February 2013 the photography exhibition...

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New hopes for a new year

By Stephen Shashoua, 3FF Director 2012, 3FF’s 15th anniversary year is now passed. You can look through this post and see how much was achieved by this small organisation in the last year, which...

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City Sikhs at Limmud

Onkar and Param’s Reflections on the Jewish learning conference Param and I were delighted when 3FF invited us to their sessions at Limmud 2012 to present on behalf of City Sikhs. At this stage...

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Urban Dialogues: More Than Art

Urban Dialogues Manager Holly Jones explains why she loved running this year’s Exhibition. When we began to plan this year’s Urban Dialogues Exhibition in September, London was still basking in the glow of the Olympics....

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Interfaith at Breakfast

To mark National Interfaith Week, 3FF organised a Head Teachers Breakfast at City Hall for senior leaders involved in our Faith School Linking Programme. Atiya Saithna, Head Teacher at Ayesha Community School, shares her...

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Art show brings London’s communities together

London, 23 November: Last night, 400 people from London’s different communities descended on Red Gallery in Shoreditch for a uniquely diverse evening. 3FF’s Urban Dialogues Festival Night treated visitors to a vibrant feast of...

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The current situation in the Middle East

3FF, the Three Faiths Forum, has worked for 15 years to create understanding between people of different faiths and beliefs, and we feel the pain and frustration of Israelis and Palestinians at this dreadful...

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