We’ve just received an invitation from the Mayor of London’s office (the Countering Violent Extremism team at MOPAC).
The Mayor is organising a gathering on security for places of worship next Wednesday evening.
Everyone is welcome. Please sign up so that your name is on the Guest List. The event is free of charge.
This event will focus on extremism, but we will share information from our training course on being prepared for other threats as well.
What: Multi Faith Security Advice
Where: City Hall, SE1 2AA
When: Wednesday 8 May 5.30pm – 8.30pm
Further information is below, but remember to register in advance so that you can enter City Hall.
The Mayor of London would like to invite you to City Hall to attend an important workshop on safety and security for places of worship on Wednesday 8th May in London’s Living Room at City Hall from 17:30 – 20:30.
This session, which is being hosted by City Hall and delivered in collaboration with Faith Associates and the Faiths Forum for London, will see specialists from civil society, the police, designing out crime experts, central government, charities sector and faith communities who will deliver advice on practical steps that can be taken to mitigate safety and security risks for places of worship premises and their worshippers.
Doors will open at 16:30 for a 17:30 start. The session will end at 20:30 which will include a networking opportunity with specialists and experts. Refreshments will be served.
The Mayor’s number one priority is keeping Londoners safe and he is doing all he can to ensure the safety and security of London’s faith community. Tragic recent events in Christchurch, Sri-Lanka and San Diego have shown the targeting of faith communities by violent extremists and this event will share expert advice on how to mitigate this risk.
Please register for this event as spaces are limited. Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/multi-faith-security-advice-seminar-at-city-hall-tickets-61038372415