Inter Faith council

The Inter Faith Council exists to represent the faith needs of all members of the University and promote positive inter-faith relations, empathy and discussion.

It is made up of members from different major Faith groups and has Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Pagan and Muslim faith representatives. These representatives aim to meet at least once a term, to discuss the needs and issues relating to Religion and Belief within the University.

It is co-ordinated by the University’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Unit and is joint chaired by the Dean of Chapel and the Manager of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Unit. The Inter Faith Council members are academic and professional staff at the University and friends of the University. For further information please contact the EDI Office


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