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Inter Faith Week 2016

Share your views on faith and politics on Thursday 17 November

This year Inter Faith Week takes place between Sunday 13 and Sunday 20 November. On Thursday 17 November, we are inviting local residents, students and community organisations in Camden to take part in an open discussion about faith and politics. The event takes place in the Council Chamber at Camden Town Hall between 6 and 8.30pm.

Come along to hear from our panel of speakers and share your views about the relationship between faith and politics. 

Speakers including Keir Starmer MP, Member of Parliament for Holborn and St Pancras, and The Revd Canon Dr James Walters, Chaplain to the London School of Economics will be discussing their particular views of faith and politics before the debate opens to contributions from members of the public audience. Tickets are free.

Inter Faith Week is an eight-day celebration of diversity as well as the common qualities people share. The Week aims to highlight the good work done by local faith, inter faith and faith-based groups and organisations. It also aims to enable greater awareness, understanding and interaction between people of different backgrounds and beliefs, whether religious or non-religious.

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For more information about Inter Faith Week and to find other events taking place, visit interfaithweek.org

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