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Register for our Religious Education and Higher Order Learning webinar!

Children's Assembly

The webinar takes place on Tuesday 21st October 2014 at 4:00pm–4:45pm (45 minutes) and shows how Interfaith Explorers supports the development of higher order thinking skills and helps pupils to understand the diverse world around them. The new national curriculum emphasizes the importance of higher order learning to promote skills such as ’problem solving’, ‘critical… Read more »

Interfaith Explorers kicks off the new academic year with new teachers workshops series!

Interfaith Explorers logo

As part of our ongoing series of free teacher workshops to show how our great Interfaith Explorers learning resource can support RE, PHSE and citizenship delivery in primary schools, we are holding a number of workshops during the autumn term in Birmingham, Slough and Wandsworth, London. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the resource… Read more »

Interfaith Talks webinar: how to lead effective interfaith discussions between your pupils

Children Assembly

Register for our Interfaith Talks webinar on Thursday 25th September 2014 at 4.00pm to 4.45pm (45 minutes)! Schools are increasingly becoming the few places where common values are promoted. On a day-to-day basis teachers are finding themselves dealing with diverse school environments – and with pupils who reflect a spectrum of different religious, cultural and… Read more »

Register for ‘Misquoting Mohammed’ book launch and seminar with Professor Jonathan AC Brown from Georgetown University!

Misquoting Mohammed: the challenge and choices of interpreting the Prophet’s legacy by Professor Jonathan A.C. Brown front cover

Co-organised by the Maimonides Interfaith Foundation and Islamic Courses we are pleased to announce a unique event with Professor Jonathan A.C. Brown, author of the critically acclaimed ‘Misquoting Mohammed: the challenge and choices of interpreting the Prophet’s legacy’. Few things provoke controversy in the modern world like Islam. Modern media are replete with alarm over… Read more »

Celebrating Diversity webinar: How it can help support the delivery of SMSC development in schools

Happy Children in the classroom

Register for our Celebrating Diversity webinar on Thursday 10th July September 2014 at 4.00pm to 4.45pm (45 minutes)! Parents, teachers, government and Ofsted all agree that school is about far more than learning the curriculum. Knowledge is the key to helping young people gain new perspectives about the diverse world we live in today. Celebrating… Read more »

Why the world needs compassion now

One World Many Faiths

Tuesday 1 July 7.30 – 8.45pm Royal Opera House, London Watch the final One World Many Faiths event! Join UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova and Karen Armstrong FRSL, internationally renowned scholar on comparative religions, in conversation to discuss religion and conflict in the world today. In a year marking the centenary of the First World… Read more »

Former French Culture Minister Jack Lang awards the Dialogue Among Cultures Award 2014 to Foundation Chairman, Professor Nasser David Khalili

During the Euro-Mediterranean meeting of the Aladdin Project which took place at the French National Assembly on 12 June, 2014, the former Culture Minister Jack Lang awarded the Aladdin Award for Dialogue Among Cultures to Professor Nasser David Khalili. The chairman of the Maimonides Interfaith Foundation, and principal contributor to the exhibition ‘Hajj, le pèlerinage à… Read more »

I AM ME Live

I AM ME Live Flyer June 2014

Tuesday 17 June, 7.30 – 10pm The Drum, Birmingham Tickets: Standard £10 / Student £7 Come to the third of our One World Many Faith events, this time in Birmingham! Which forces shape Youth in Britain today? Internationally renowned British Asian reggae artist, DJ and TV presenter, Apache Indian leads a mix of interactive debate and… Read more »

Is there room in Britishness for cultural difference?

One World Many Faiths

Watch the second in a series of One World Many Faiths events! Shortly after writing Moses und Aron, Schoenberg fled to the USA to escape the Nazi led persecution of European Jews. In this debate leading social commentators consider whether multiple cultures and religions can exist side by side in modern day Britain. The panel… Read more »