The Hindu Muslim Forum is a registered charity which was set up in 2013 to help promote religious harmony.
The Forum, also known as the Hindu Muslim Council, is dedicated to increasing the public’s understanding of the differences between religious beliefs and raising awareness of their distinctive features and their common ground to promote good relations between people of different faiths.
At its core, The Forum hopes to encourage mutual understanding and respect of the beliefs and practices of religious faiths world-wide.
Minister and Clergy Sexual Abuse Survivors (MACSAS)
MACSAS is a support group for women and men from Christian backgrounds who have been sexually abused by Ministers or Clergy, as children or as adults. They support both survivors who have remained within their Christian communities and those who have left.
MACSAS offer guidance, support and advice to survivors of abuse and have a telephone helpline which can be accessed on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Immams and Rabbis Council of the United Kingdom (Children of Abraham)
The Imams and Rabbis Council of the United Kingdom was established in 2009, following the Historic Mission of European Imams and Rabbis to the United States, under the aegis of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, theWorld Jewish Congress and the Islamic Society of North America.
They are dedicated to Jewish-Muslim dialogue and collaboration.
A registered charity, City Interfaith work to promote religious harmony for the public benefit and work for positive, inclusive dialogue. The All Faiths Network is open to everyone, from all faiths, and is committed to religious equality in the United Kingdom. City of London Interfaith is the largest coalition of different religions in Britain, with over 25 beliefs and faiths making up the members of their organisation. The charity believes in freedom of expression, democracy and a firm belief that no religion should be entitled to special privileges above any other.
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