What Women Believe

Photos by Ruth Corney What Women Believe is a new art installation, commissioned by 3FF and created by artists Tessa Brown, Ruth Corney and OOMK, celebrating the lives and often untold stories of influential...

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Will you #StandWithMe?

Stefano Obata, Nottingham ParliaMentors 2015-16 Hate-crime is a hot-topic, both within university and in the local community. The issue has begun to be addressed relatively recently, but we felt that there were gaps in...

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It’s about time we talk about faith and sexuality

Hannah Taylor, 3FF Operations and Volunteer Manager Religion, belief and philosophy is the theme for this year’s LGBT History Month; an annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans history and civil rights. It’s about time! I’ve been...

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ParliaMentors welcome refugees to Camden

This year’s ParliaMentors programme, our UN award winning leadership scheme for students, is in full swing, with nine teams of students working on social action projects around the country, from reducing hate crime in...

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How can interfaith help when tragedy strikes?

Josh Cass, 3FF Deputy Director “It’s a condition of the times, this compulsion to hear how it stands with the world, and be joined to the generality, to a community of anxiety. The habit’s...

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Abigail and Ben join the 3FF team

We’re really excited to announce that Abigail Kay and Ben Shapiro have recently joined us here at 3FF. Abigail is our new Development Officer, while Ben is the new Programmes Assistant for ParliaMentors. Both...

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