Making Politics Matter: Living Together – Water, Peace and Inter-Faith Cohesion in Wembley and the Jordan Valley

MPM_Living_together_seminar.jpgHow do you build inter-faith cohesion in your own community? How do you build inter-faith cohesion in divided communities? Come and hear peace campaigner and environmental activist Rabbi Frank Dabba Smith talk about these questions and his inter-faith work in North West London and the Jordan Valley.

Frank Dabba Smith is a Rabbi at Mosaic Liberal Synagogue in Harrow. He is on the International Advisory Committee of EcoPeace (formerly Friends of the Earth Middle East) and on the Steering Group of the Brent Multi-faith Forum. He is a member of the Independent Advisory Group of the Wembley Metropolitan Police. Frank Dabba Smith is also an accomplished photographer and has had several international exhibitions. He is currently completing a PhD at UCL on Ernst Leitz of Wetzlar (the owner of Leica Cameras) during the Holocaust. His publications include My Secret Camera (Harcourt and Frances Lincoln, 2000) and Elsie’s War (Frances Lincoln, 2003).

Time: Thursday, 2 February 2017, 6pm (refreshments from 5:30)

Place: Lg16, CCCU, North Holmes Road, Canterbury

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