Here to Help

Time to Help is offering help and assistance to those who are unable or anxious to leave their home during this devastating pandemic period as Time to Help UK and Rumi Mosque joint action group. Time to Help is a registered local charity and a local mosque who combined their sources to provide a better …

The Dialogue Society Book Group

The Dialogue Society Book Group explores the capacity of books to provide windows into different cultural and intercultural worlds. We will be choosing a series of quality novels to read and then to discuss together at relaxed, sociable gatherings at the Dialogue Society. Participants are welcome to suggest books for future sessions. Participants will need …

In Response to the Recent Attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris

Amity Educational Foundation utterly condemns the barbaric attack that has taken place today in Paris on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, leading to the loss of 12 lives and the injury of others. The brutal murder of journalists and police officers is an appalling crime that we hope will soon be met with fair justice, …

Parenting in the Internet Age

On September 30th, 2017, Mentor Wise invited a psychologist from Oxford University with an expertise on character identification and child psychology to give a talk on parenting in the Internet Age. The importance of the personal relationship and communication with children was stressed. It was further pointed out that knowing the personality types of children …

Community Iftar Dinner at Hackney

Amity Educational Foundation and the Dialogue Society cordially organized a community iftar dinner on Friday, 16th June 2017 at Hackney Town Hall in celebration of Jo Cox’ belief that “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.” at the Great Get Together weekend.

With the presence of the Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville, Madam Speaker Soraya Adejare, Chief Inspector Ben Clark and many other community members, councillors and distinguished guests.

During the Islamic month of Ramadan Muslims fast between dawn and dusk, breaking the fast just after sunset in a joyful meal called iftar, with family and friends. In a spirit of friendship and respect, we shared this happy meal with the wider community and gave to each other a sense of the spirit of Ramadan.

This Ramadan, we pray for unity, understanding and tolerance between people. We pray for love and compassion.

 

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Easter Friendship Dinner and Panel Discussion

Easter Friendship Dinner and Panel Discussion on Post-Brexit Britain: Communities in Collison or Cohesion Amity Educational Foundation and the Dialogue Society organised an Easter friendship dinner in partnership with the safer communities team of London Borough of Redbridge on Friday, 21st April 2017 at Wanstead Library with the attendance of community, faith and stakeholders representatives. …

Easter visit to St. Monica Church

Trustees and volunteers of Amity Educational Foundation visited the St. Monica’s Church in Palmers Green on Tuesday, 11th April 2017. The priest informed the participants regarding the Holy week, significant times in Easter and the meanings of symbols in the Church.

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