Youth Interfaith Iftar

Events

 

Naz Legacy Foundation organised an Interfaith Iftar hosted at the St John’s Wood Synagogue on Wednesday 30th May 2018. Speakers included Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, His Eminence Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Bishop of London and the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. The event empowered and raised the aspirations of 150 young people aged 18-30 years old (the average age was 24), representing all 32 boroughs of London, from all faiths and none and provided wonderful opportunity to celebrate faith in the centre of our vibrant and diverse capital. The young people came together to discuss how they best thought they could bring faith and non faith communities together in London for the betterment of all our communities – and a number of them are now putting plans together to implement their ideas.

The event was kindly supported by Randeree Charitable Trust & Pears Foundation

To see pictures click here.

Diversity Day at the Tower of London

Wednesday 29th January, we had our first Diversity Day of 2020

Diversity Day at The Telegraph

Naz Legacy Foundation organised for fifteen young people to visit the Telegraph

Trustee Launches Special Mentoring Programme

Harris Bokhari OBE, spoke alongside the USA Ambassador