London Boroughs Faiths Network is an informal network of practitioners. It brings together people from religious and intercultural groups who are improving their neighbourhood or borough. We work with our local councils, police, NHS and other local statutory bodies to improve public services, especially for those who rely on them most.
LBFN has been active since 2003, when regeneration programmes encouraged local religious communities to get involved and borough faith forums were on the increase.
- If you are responsible for engaging local religious and intercultural groups on behalf of a local authority or other public agency in London – this network is for you
- If you are consulted by your borough council or other public agency because you are part of a local religious or intercultural group – this network is for you
Will the blog make it easier for us to share news, links, info and what’s on in this busy capital? I hope so!
A lot has happened since 2003. What do you think our priorities should be now? What are the issues? How should we tackle them? What do we need to be effective in the current context?
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Our header image was taken at the Imperial War Museum at one of our Olympic Truce events in 2012. There are practitioners from many religious traditions – and none – with Lord Michael Bates.
Thanks for visiting and look forward to being in touch.