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“Who is My Neighbour?”  A Multifaith Response to Critical Issues for the General Election

Tuesday 17 March 2015 at 1.30 arrival for 2.00pm prompt start

Please note that there is a change of venue from the Parliament to close by at Church House as all Parliament’s rooms were needed for Parliamentary activities
Council Room, Church House, Church of England Headquarters, Dean’s Yard, London  SW1P 3NZ
(nearest tube:  Westminster or Victoria, entrance via Dean’s Yard, Westminster Abbey)
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Chair:
Rabbi Reuben Livingstone, Chair of Imams and Rabbis Council for the United Kingdom and Senior Jewish Chaplain to HM Forces
Panel:
Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich
Damian Thompson, The Spectator and Catholic Herald
Judy Keiner, Adloyada
Sheikh Professor Mohamed Elsharkawy, Chair of the Christian Muslim Council
Brendan O’Neill, Spiked Online and The Spectator
Satish Sharma, Secretary of the National Council of Hindu Temples
Panelist, Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich is one of the key authors of the Church’s recent letter “Who is My Neighbour?” and a focus of the meeting. Please read the letter here 

To confirm registration please email events@allfaithsnetwork.org.uk.

One Response to New venue for Parliamentary meeting, 17 March

  • Dear Attendee,

    I would like to provide you with specific details about the venue of our event next week and also, by this email, confirm that you are registered for the event.

    Change of Venue

    The event, which was initially going to be held in the Parliament, had to be changed at the last minute due to the need for Parliamentary business to be carried out in the the room that had been already booked by two Members of Parliament. This was unfortunate, but considering we are close to the dissolution of the Parliament at the end of this month and that election time is drawing close, it is understandable that the Parliament’s business has priority.

    Fortunately we have found an excellent location close by –
    The Council Room
    Church House
    Church of England Headquarters
    Dean’s Yard
    London SW1P 3NZ

    Access to this venue is via the Porter’s Lodge of Westminster Abbey. Go to the Porter’s Lodge at the gate of Westminster Abbey and inform the Porter that you are attending a meeting at Church House. The main entrance is directly across Dean’s Yard. Closest tube is Westminster.

    Start of Event

    The meeting will begin promptly at 2pm and we ask that you arrive by 1.30pm to be certain you find the place and can be seated.

    Speakers Panel

    The speakers for the event are as follows:

    Chair:
    Rabbi Reuben Livingstone, Chair of Imams and Rabbis Council for the United Kingdom and Senior Jewish Chaplain to HM Forces

    Panel:
    Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich Damian Thompson, The Spectator and Catholic Herald
    Judy Keiner, Adloyada
    Sheikh Professor Mohamed Elsharkawy, Chair of the Christian Muslim Council
    Brendan O’Neill, Spiked Online and The Spectator
    Satish Sharma, Secretary of the National Council of Hindu Temples

    There will be plenty of opportunity for questions to the panel and I would like to remind you that Bishop Graham James asked us to distribute the Letter from the Bishops in advance. You can find this here: https://churchofengland.org/media/2170230/whoismyneighbour-pages.pdf

    Looking forward to seeing you next Tuesday 17th March.

    Best regards
    Martin Weightman
    Director
    All Faiths Network

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