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Bristol Multi Faith Forum (BMFF) was established in 2004 following consultation with the city’s faith communities and community sector. The format for BMFF is one that has been developed through the feedback of the faith communities whilst also considering the wider city objectives in association with the Bristol Partnership, Safer Bristol and the city Council. During 2007 became an independent body funded by the Council. A development worker, Irene Prentice, was appointed in October to develop the objectives of BMFF. The Forum meets every other month, at venues of the members. BMFF seeks to achieve its aims by:
Giving a voice for people of faith following a decade where faith has been greatly sidelined.
Serving as a Forum for Faith Communities to enter into dialogue with each other and with relevant organs of the statutory, private and voluntary sectors.
Developing and nurturing leadership in the faith communities, in partnership with those communities, in order to do the above and also to be a platform for focus on commonalities and shared objectives amongst the faiths.
These are the offices of ISR. Meetings of the forum rotate through the main meeting places of each of the member faiths (mosques, temples, churches, synagogues etc). You can contact the Forum through:
BOPF represent the interests of people (over 55) in Bristol, by acting as the official Consultee with Bristol City Council and other Agencies. They meet regularly at the Council House, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR
Bristol Older People’s Forum’s Mission is “To oppose unfair discrimination on the grounds of age. To provide a focus, a network and a voice for older people in Bristol. To empower older people. To improve the social and financial well-being of older people”.
Bristol group taking action against cuts to domestic violence services and working to create change for survivors of domestic violence in Bristol. Openly accept and include LGBTQ+ individuals in their activism.
Meetings held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month at 7pm at Barton Hill Settlement, and the 4th Sunday at 3pm at the Arnolfini.
Voice aiming to bring equality for women in Bristol by publicising campaigns and events, providing information about organisations that support gender equality, and working with the Bristol Women’s Commission to ensure decisions are made to benefit women in the area.