Faiths Forum for London – Buncher Conference 31 October

Faiths Forum for London is co-sponsoring the annual two-day international Buncher Conference at Church House, Westminster, SW1P 3NZ, on 31October -1 November.  This year the topic is social finance, corporate social responsibility and communities and speakers include previous FFL director Francis Davis.

“What is the Buncher Conference? The Buncher Interfaith and Intercultural Conference is a multifaith event aiming at bringing together top leaders from different disciplines to discuss critical issues pertaining to the life of their communities. This year, the conference is looking at bringing together faith and cultural leaders, professional and lay with those in business who work with communities. The conference takes place each year in London at the illustrious Church House Conference Centre.

What to expect? This year’s conference will explore the complex interaction between the business and voluntary sectors and will focus on: social finance; corporate social responsibility; businesses utilizing community values and ethics; and the development of partnership models between businesses and communities.

Who is this conference for? The conference is designed to create a bridge between business, finance and communities and will include input from renowned practioners, leading social finance experts from the Oxford business school as well as a variety of other experts. More specifically, the conference is aimed at: senior community professional and leaders; corporate social responsibility as well as diversity and inclusion directors.”

You can register online, where there’s also a video and photos of last year’s conference.

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