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Resources and Tools

Fire Regulations & Places of Worship

All places of worship must now comply with Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. There are guides available to assit 'responsible persons' with compliance. The guides you need are entitled 'Small and medium places of assembly' and 'Large places of assembly'. These guides can be viewed or downloaded for no charge, or ordered from the links below.

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Community Development Mental Health Report


Connect and Include: An exploratory study of community development and mental health, commissioned by the National Social Inclusion Programme (NSIP), has recently been produced by the Community Development Foundation (CDF).
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Tools and Ideas

The BBC has a fantastic range of useful tools in there Religion and Ethics section on their website including a multifaith calendar. http://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/tools/

Inter Faith Network
The Inter Faith Network for the UK works to build good relations between the communities of the major faiths in Britain: Baha'i; Buddhist; Christian; Hindu; Jain; Jewish; Muslim; Sikh; and Zoroastrian. Further details on
www.interfaith.org.uk

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Family and Parenting Institute

The Family and Parenting Institute is a catalyst for change. Changing policy, changing practice, changing Britain. We work to make the voices of families heard by policy makers. The energy and creativity that underpins our work makes us a radical and innovative voice in the field of family policy while our core remit to inform policy and debate means that our opinions and research are listened to at the very highest levels
 

Family and Parenting Institute
430 Highgate Studios
53-79 Highgate Road
London, NW5 1TL 

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Priceless, Unmeasurable? Report

Priceless, Unmeasureable begins by establishing the link between faith-based organisations and community development; that the values of each are very similar. It goes further to show what faith communities do with regards to community development, as well as how their focus is spread across the spectrum. There is also a comparison between different regions, for example; in the Yorkshire and the Humber area almost half (48%) of projects are geared towards children, young people and families. This report also outlines what members of faiths feel they need in order to flourish, with better co-ordination between faiths and working effectively with the media being just two examples of a plethora of recommendations.

To download or view a copy please click HERE.

 
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