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  • Writer's pictureDebbie Thrower

Partnership working post-pandemic

Updated: Sep 6, 2022

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Faith and Society is holding an event to launch a new report: Keeping the Faith 2.0: Embedding a new normal for partnership working in post-pandemic Britain.

Reserve a place now – 2.00–4.00 pm, Wednesday 7 September 2022, Mothers' Union, Mary Sumner House, 24 Tufton St, London SW1P 3RB.

'We are honoured to be joined by Paul Scully MP, minister of state at the department for levelling up, housing and communities, whose responsibilities include faith community engagement and Fiona Bruce MP, Prime Minister’s special envoy for freedom of religion or belief.

The research, led by Professor Chris Baker of Goldsmith University of London, covers the extent to which Covid-19 has changed the nature of partnership working between faith groups and local authorities, highlighting hallmarks of good partnership working. Based upon 35 in-depth interviews with participants from faith groups and local authorities, the report builds upon the original Keeping the Faith report, published in 2020, looking ahead to what embedding partnerships might look like in post-pandemic Britain.

The event will include a panel discussion, chaired by Sir Stephen Timms MP and refreshments will be available. We are pleased to be joined by panellists:

  • Laura Marks OBE – Mitzvah Day

  • Dr Russell Rook OBE – Good Faith Partnership

  • Dr Omer Moghraby – British Islamic Medical Association

  • Dr Jagbir Jutti-Johal OBE – University of Birmingham

  • Shermara Fletcher – Churches Together in England

We hope that you will join us, but spaces are limited – please RSVP to to reserve your space.'




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