Sheikh Anwar has been living in Belfast with his family for about 20 years and Rabbi Singer has been here since March 2014. In the four years that they have both been in Belfast they have built a positive relationship at a time when religious intolerance has been on the increase.
This meeting provides an opportunity to hear both Sheikh Anwar and Rabbi Singer reflect on their experiences of Belfast and the contribution that interfaith dialogue has made to their lives. The meeting will be chaired by Mr Peter Osborne chairman of the Community Relations Council.
The evening is being generously hosted by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs at their offices in Belfast: 29 Notting Hill (off the Malone Road), Belfast. BT9 5NS
The meeting is open to members of the Interfaith Forum and their friends.
Parking at the venue is very limited, please take care not to restrict the access of other residents in Notting Hill. If you need close access to the venue for reasons of disability please let us know so it can be arranged in advance