Mission:
Our mission is to work with faith, cultural and ethnic communities, religious leaders and schools to help increase peace and harmony amongst multi-faith and multi-cultural communities through social events, training and mediation.

Vision:
Our vision is of a world where people actively work together to create productive, inclusive and just societies.

Values:
The values we desire to impart in all our work are:
  • Diversity and inclusivity – we ensure all who we work with/partners are inclusive and work with all equally and fairly and with mutual respect
  • Excellence – striving for professionalism and excellence in all that we do
  • Listening and openness – always listening and have a willingness to experience what is new
  • Service to others – to always do our best to serve those within the community in need
  • Integrity and trust – to remain honest in all we do while remaining true to our mission, vision and values
  •  10/06/2020 12:00 AM
Lincoln

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Rangjung Yeshe Gomde UK Tibetan Centre
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Rangjung Yeshe Gomde UK Tibetan Centre

It was a great day where existing friendships were strengthened and new friendships made.

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Little Friends of the World
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Little Friends of the World

Little Friends of the World launched in September 2022 as a multicultural baby and toddler group. Meeting in St Faith’s Hall, West Parade on Friday mornings little ones would come and play, enjoy fresh fruit snack and finish with a story from a different country/culture.

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Job Announcement - Director of Education
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Job Announcement - Director of Education

The board is delighted to announce the appointment of The Revd John Carter to the job of Director of Education.

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Ahmadiya Community in UK
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Ahmadiya Community in UK

“Love for All, Hatred for None” is the unique banner upheld by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and a message that we believe is the basis for lasting peace.

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Where Does Peace Start?
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Where Does Peace Start?

This earth is home to us all, so to be friends makes sense. And this very real friendship between different faiths and different nationalities is exactly where Peace begins.

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Peace and Harmony Day
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Peace and Harmony Day

As part of Interfaith Week the Peace Harmony Day event will be observed at our monthly Chat Café

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Spring Faith Festival
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Spring Faith Festival

March 2023 TCfR, LFC and the Multifaith Chaplaincy (University of Lincoln) held the Spring Faith Festival, over four days, with the theme Hope and Resilience in turbulent times.

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Education in South Asia
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Education in South Asia

For a while now TCfR working alongside the Education Foundation Canada (EFOC) we have supported education in Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu, South India – ‘sustaining education of the poor and needy’.

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Bridging Youth and Young Professionals in a Migrational Context via Digitalisation
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Bridging Youth and Young Professionals in a Migrational Context via Digitalisation

The Centre for Reconciliation was privileged to be involved in an international workshop on Intercultural Dialogue with participants from Turkey, Austria, France, and the UK.

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REMEMBRANCE AND RECONCILIATION
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REMEMBRANCE AND RECONCILIATION

The Centre for Reconciliation welcomes the British Legions robust statements about Reconciliation and Peace and the complete emphasis on work towards peace across communities.

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Ghana Sankofa Party
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Ghana Sankofa Party

Lincolnshire Ghana Union (LGU) is a community group that aims to bring people of Ghanaian origin who live, study or work in Lincolnshire together to engage in social, cultural, recreational, educational and charitable courses to improve the physical and mental health wellbeing of members.

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