We, the undersigned, denounce the attack at London Bridge on Friday afternoon.
There is no justification for such an attack.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by this terrible incident. Our sincere thanks go to those who acted so bravely to prevent further harm.
We ask that you all join us in whatever way you can to maintain a united and caring community here in Islington.
For any concerns on hate crime and how to report it, please see information at: https://www.islington.gov.uk/community-safety/tackling-hate-crime or https://www.gov.uk/report-hate-crime” or call 999 in an Emergency or call 101 to make a non-emergency report.
Islington Safer Neighbourhood, BoardIslington Faiths Forum, Islington Hate Crime Forum, Islington Council
Central North Police
IFF Peace Assemblies with Journey to Justice in Islington Schools 2019
In September 2019, Islington Faiths Forum together with Journey to Justice delivered 16 Peace Assemblies in schools throughout Islington on the title “What does Peace mean to me?” The interactive assemblies encouraged students of all backgrounds to think about what they can do to bring about a more peaceful and compassionate society, to celebrate diversity and to stand up for social justice.
Find out more about Journey to Justice at https://journeytojustice.org.uk/
Click this link to view the online article: https://www.islingtongazette.co.uk/news/peace-world-cup-jubba-b-team-edges-muslim-welfare-house-for-5-2-win-in-cally-competition-1-6286551
Together with other community groups, we are delighted to be delivering this Community Festival in Islington.This is a Celebration of Islington’s amazing people and rich diversity.Everyone is invited to join us for this fun event, featuring performances and free food.
You can book your free place via Eventbrite – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celebrate-islington-community-festival-tickets-63043649252