The Near Neighbours Conference 2016

The Near Neighbours Conference 2016

The Near Neighbours conference Learning for our Future will be held at the CarriageWorks in Leeds, on 26th January 2016. Looking back over the successful work of the programme and local projects; it will be a chance to gather together, celebrating what has been achieved and sharing together learning and good practice that can be used as we develop our local work.

The day will feature several key speakers, experienced in cross-faith community work and from different faith perspectives. Speakers include Qari Asim, Imam at Makkah Masjid; Bishop Nick Baines of Leeds and Rabbi Natan Levy of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. We will also hear from a range of our programme partners and local community projects.

We will also be running a number of seminars and workshops on a range of subjects. These will need to be booked in advance and we will be in touch with you closer to the date to confirm this. Details of each session are below.

During lunch we will also showcase numerous projects and programmes that Near Neighbours has supported. This time will also be an opportunity to meet and network with others from across the programme as well as to see lots of the exciting work that we have been involved with. Lunch itself will be provided.

 

To get your ticket, visit our Eventbrite page: nnconference2016.eventbrite.co.uk

Author: Mr Tim Burton-Jones

Date: 30 October 2015

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