Independent Faith Engagement Review: call for evidence
Last year, Colin Bloom was appointed as the Faith Engagement Adviser, leading a review into how best the Government should engage with faith groups in England.
Last week he launched a Call for Evidence to help provide both qualitative and quantitative data to support the work he is doing. He is particularly interested in hearing from the following groups of people.
Members of the public who identify as having a religion, or people who have a faith. Faith and Religious leaders (voluntary or professional) in places of worship or faith-based organisations and charities. Public servants such as Civil Servants, teachers, the police and healthcare workers. Anyone who is or has been engaged with the British Military in any capacity. Anyone who is or has been engaged in the Criminal Justice System in any capacity.
You can find the link to the Call for Evidence page by clicking here
. If you can help spread awareness of this Call for Evidence, please share this page by cut and pasting the link below. The Call for Evidence has been formatted to work on mobile phones and tablets as well as desktop computers: www.gov.uk/government/consultations/independent-faith-engagement-review-call-for-evidence
The closing date is 11th December 2020
The Call for Evidence can be completed anonymously and has been purposefully designed to allow anyone who is uncomfortable sharing personal information to still be able to provide their views in an anonymous way. However, if someone wanted to leave their contact details, they are free to do so. He would greatly appreciate your support through the following actions; Completing this Call for Evidence yourself. Your contribution will be hugely helpful. Forward the link of this Call for Evidence webpage, especially to people who fall into the categories listed above Share this Call for Evidence Webpage Link on twitter, Facebook and any other the social media you use. The more people that see it the better the results will be. Thank you in advance.