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Conference announced in London

December 23, 2015 | Nick Taylor

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

A conference is to be staged in London to examine how we create a Safer Britain through conflict resolution, peace building, anti-extremism and counter radicalisation.

A conference is to be staged in London to examine how we create a Safer Britain through conflict resolution, peace building, anti-extremism and counter radicalisation.

The event will take place on the morning of Friday 5th February 2016 (09:00 – 12:30 GMT) at the Westminster Quaker Meeting House, London, United Kingdom.

A Safer Britain – conflict resolution, peace building, anti-extremism and radicalisation

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A conference to discuss, promote, and share approaches and practice between organisations working to create a safer Britain

Speakers include:

Nick Taylor – Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace

Shaykh Muhammad Yazdani Raza Al Misbahi – The London Fatwa Council

Paul Salahuddin Armstrong – Association of British Muslims

Peter Beard – Channel 4 Director of ‘My Son the Jihadi’

Adam Nazar – VIP Minds

Huda Jawad – Solace Women’s Aid

Rashid Nix – The Mentor Workshop

Julian Bond – Christian Muslim Forum

Ismael Lea South – the Salam Project

All delegates will get a certificate of attendance plus an assistance pack of literature and booklets on challenging extremism and radicalisation through engaging young people.

Delgates are limited to 150 and all are welcome but the following people will find the event most useful: teachers, youth workers, social workers, police officers, probation officers, counsellors and chaplains.

The event is at the Westminster Quaker Meeting House – 52 St. Martin’s Lane London WC2N 4EH GB

The event is organised by the Salam Project in association with the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace

The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is a charity that works nationally and internationally FOR PEACE and non-violent conflict resolution. The Salam Project aims to challenge issues such as gang violence, gun crime, drug dealing, extremism, racism, unemployment, sexism and drug abuse in communities. Their aim is to promote positive and constructive programmes and initiatives in the inner cities of the UK.

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