We believe in fostering healthy and peaceful co-existence between communities. We take pride in the interfaith activities we have organised to date. We strive to make our voices heard and stand strong against racial, ethnic or religious profiling and use our platform to express our solidarity with the oppressed and attacked. We believe in working on common ground through dialogue and engagement with our fellow communities and will continue to do so in the future.
When members of the Christian faith were attacked by terrorists in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, Strive UK volunteers visited churches in Luton & Nottingham to convey the message of strength and solidarity.
When the synagogue in Halle Germany was attacked by terrorists on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippor, StriveUK volunteers visited Nottingham Synagogue to establish better bonds between the communities proclaiming unequivocally that hate/antisemitism/racism/Islamophobia has no place in our society and that we will stand together to thwart it.