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The work of URI including its purpose, charter and mission.

“Moving interfaith work forward in Europe”

Interfaith Spiritual Opening by: Interreligieus Beraad Segbroek (IBS). Interreligious Council Segbroek – The Hague, The Netherlands

The Story of Dewdrop, Legacy of Marc Fourcade’

Revised Translation by Charles Gibbs

Marc Fourcade wrote this story originally and gave it as a legacy to ‘Silence@Work. Charles Gibbs revised and enriched it into the version used in the web- application.

Celebrating the Coronation at Balaji Temple Report

We are delighted to report that United Religions Initiative UK supported by Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple in Tividale, together with other local community organisations and other government bodies, service provider successfully honoured and celebrated the Coronation of King Charles during the weekend of Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th May 2023.

‘Humans of URI Europe’

It is a big joy to share stories from humans of Europe. The humans speaking in this brochure are driven by the desire to bring people together in respect. They are founders, pioneers, leaders, and regular heroes. Or, from another perspective, ordinary people do extraordinary work.

‘Race and Opportunity in Britain: Finding Common Ground’

We need to talk about race. We each bring to it our different experiences of living in this increasingly diverse society. That can make it challenging to talk about race in ways that find common ground and which can promote positive change.

‘Theory of Change for Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB)’

‘Theory of change is a rigorous yet participatory process whereby groups and stakeholders in a planning process articulate their long-term goals and identify the conditions they believe have to unfold for them to be met. These conditions are modelled as desired outcomes, arranged graphically in a causal framework.

‘Does Government ‘do God’?

Nearly 20 years ago, a former Prime Minister’s spin doctor famously replied to a Vanity Fair journalist: “I’m sorry, we don’t do God.”

That phrase has been taken out of context and misused ever since. Still, for many people of faith, it has become a cultural reference point, confirming their suspicions that government neither understands faith and, crucially, nor does it particularly want to.

Call for Evidence: 10-Year Mental Health Plan – Faith and Beliefs Perspective REPORT

A workshop of people (activists, ‘lived experience’ leaders and trustees) agreed to share their thoughts on the Mental Health Service and make suggestions to aid the development of the Mental Health Plan.