The work of the Near Neighbours programme is made possible through our work with a number of delivery partners, each providing expertise through their focused work.
The Nehemiah Foundation provides bespoke training, support and advice to people, communities and organisations wanting to achieve change in their local neighbourhoods. For the Near Neighbours programme, the foundation has provided and trained faith based community organisers in key communities. These community workers provide networking opportunities for local organisations and build the capacity of communities as they work together for change in their neighbourhoods.
For more information please visit the Nehemiah Foundation website
The Feast are building the capacity of young people aged between 11-18 to live well with others who are of a different faith and culture to their own. Each year they work with over 200 young people directly through multiple encounter activities. Their work builds friendships between highly diverse young people, breaking down relational barriers at this key stage of young people’s lives.
For more information please visit The Feast website
Catalyst gathers and develops young leaders from different faiths and communities through shared learning and team building. Events include focused discussion and learning that educate participants on what it means to be a young leader in highly diverse and deprived areas.
For more information please visit the St. Philip's Centre Website.
3FF builds understanding and lasting relationships between people of all faiths and beliefs. They run education, engagement and action programmes that bring diverse communities together. Their work involves teachers, students and young professionals, faith organisations, artists and galleries, political leaders in Parliament and upcoming leaders still at university.
For more information please the Three Faiths Forum website
The Christian Muslim Forum is building and sharing news of relationships between Christians and Muslims in England. They aim to create a web of open, honest and committed personal relationships between leading Christians and Muslims. This is to encourage active citizenship in our society and to build a shared public platform to strengthen Christians and Muslims working together for the common good.
For more information please visit the Christian Muslim Forum website
The Hindu Christian Forum is an association working together at national and local levels to strengthen relationships of trust, mutual respect and understanding between Hindu and Christian believers. They also develop shared activities; to speak out on matters of common concern; and to strengthen a shared contribution to the public square.
For more information please visit the Hindu Christian Forum website
CCJ works with Christians, Jews and members of other faith communities who are approaching inter-faith dialogue. They work to create constructive dialogue between Jews and Christians on a wide variety of topics.
For more information please visit the Council of Christians and Jews website
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