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Tower Hamlets Inter Faith Forum: Faith, Communities and Coronavirus

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Join our online Forum meeting to find out what faith and community groups have been supporting communities during the pandemic.

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Tower Hamlets Inter Faith Forum Online Meeting: Faith, Community & Coronavirus

Speakers:

  • Rev Alan Green, Chair of THIFF
  • Mayor John Biggs, Tower Hamlets Council
  • PC Rich Poolman, Metropolitan Police

The Tower Hamlets Inter Faith Forum (THIFF) are pleased to announce our first online forum meeting. A lot has changed since we last came together for a forum meeting and it is vital that we all stand together in solidarity to face the current and future coronavirus challenges for Tower Hamlets. THIFF has been at the forefront, working with other partners to ensure that residents and faith groups can access clear guidance and messaging around a range of issues at this difficult time. So many faith and community groups have been tirelessly working to support their congregation and communities and we want to hear more from you.

Come along and join the discussion:

  • How has your organisation fared during the lock-down?
  • What have been your biggest challenges?
  • How are you planning for the future and any issues that may arise?

We are very pleased that we will be joined by Mayor John Biggs – there will be an opportunity to put your questions to the Mayor. The Bishop of Stepney, Venerable Dr Joanne Woolway Grenfell will also be in attendance. PC Poolman will provide an update on hate crime, along with an overview of the police’s work during the crisis, again there will be an opportunity for some questions.

The meeting will provide a great opportunity to connect and to share good practice with other faith and community groups and residents, providing an opportunity to support and learn from one another.

We hope to see you online!

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