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Communities Inc. have produced a resource documenting black community activism in the East Midlands, copies of which are available to order by organisations working with young people.
The Runnymede Trust, in partnership with The Red Room, are inviting delegates to take part in open platforms of debate, performance and activism as part of the End Racism This Generation campaign, including in Ipswich and Birmingham.
The British Institute of Human Rights are putting plans in place for their Human Rights Tour 2014, which will take place during October and November
The Inter Faith Network website has been updated and includes a new look, features and content, including information about member bodies, a local inter faith groups locator and resources and publications
The Together in Service Fund will provide up to £160,000 over two years in small grants of £2,000 or £5,000 to facilitate new multi faith social action at the local level.
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