• Yom HaShoah (Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day)
  • Holocaust Memorial Day: The Fight Against Anti-Semitism

    Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January is a time to pause and reflect. It is an opportunity to learn about the Holocaust & Nazi Persecution. We also have to address the prior and ongoing antisemitism today that leads to events like the Holocaust and how to take action against this to challenge division and hatred.

  • Bringing your Faith into the Workplace

    Faith is an extremely important part of some employee’s lives. It can inform and impact many areas of their life, including how they exist in the workplace. It is essential for employers to understand the importance of employees faith and belief, how to support them in their faith practices and observance of sacred dates and how to improve faith inclusion in your workplace.

  • Yule (Winter Solstice – Pagan)
  • Challenging Islamophobia

    Islamophobia is prevalent in the UK today. It can come in the form of microaggressions to hate crimes, including stereotyping, bullying, verbal comments, discrimination, barriers to employment, inaccessible policies, harmful media portrayal, physical violence and in many other ways. This November, Islamophobia Awareness Month, we’d like to highlight and raise awareness of what our Muslim colleagues are facing on a daily basis and how to empathise, support and ally them so that we can create an inclusive workplace for all.

  • Samhain (end of harvest/beginning of winter/Ancestors’ Night – Pagan)
  • Mabon (Autumn Equinox – Pagan)
  • Lughnasadh (beginning of harvest – Pagan)
  • Faith and the LGBTQ+ Community

    The intersection of faith and the LGBTQ+ community can be a sensitive area. This panel discussion aims to open up conversation between both groups and highlight the challenges presented when individuals who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community straddle between their LGBTQ+ identities and their faith.

  • Midsummer (Summer Solstice – Pagan)