Community Relations: Religion:Written question - 280207

Q
Asked by Andrew Gwynne
(Denton and Reddish)
Asked on: 22 July 2019
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Community Relations: Religion
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, what grants his Department has made to (a) Muslim, (b) Jewish, (c) Christian, and (d) inter-faith organisations to support integration and community cohesion, by organisation, in each year since May 2015.
A
Answered by: Rishi Sunak
Answered on: 24 July 2019

A range of funding has been identified with is focussed on enabling Muslim, Jewish, Christian and inter-faith organisations to support integration and community cohesion, since May 2015:

Projects

Organisations

2015/16 (£000s)

2016/17 (£000s)

2017/18 (£000s)

2018/19 (£000s)

Total

Expanding Bridges not Boycotts

B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation (Jewish)

0

31

50

81

Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (Jewish)

980

980

1,150

1,146

4,256

Inter Faith Network (IFN)

Inter Faith Network (inter-faith)

220

305

382

384

1,291

Jewish Muslim Network

Jewish Muslim Network (inter-faith)

5

0

0

5

Joseph Interfaith Foundation

Joseph Interfaith Foundation (inter-faith)

7

0

7

Near Neighbours 11-12 to 13-14

Church Urban Fund (Christian)

1500

1,710

2,150

1,882

7,242

Remembering Srebrenica

Umma Help (Muslim)

333

400

400

400

1,533

Solutions not Sides

One Voice Europe (inter-faith)

0

50

100

150

Strengthening Faith Institutions

Fayre Share Foundation (inter-faith)

125

275

487

800

1,687

Tell Mama

Faith Matters (inter-faith)

182

504

829

892

2,406

Together in Service

Faith Action (inter-faith)

48

0

0

48

Tough Options

Forum for Discussion of Isarel & Palestine (inter-faith)

0

62

62

Nisa Nashim

Nisa Nashim (inter-faith)

30

30

70 Years on

Faiths Forum for London (inter-faith)

5

70

75

In addition the Department funds a range of projects to help build strong integrated communities where people – whatever their background – live, work, learn and socialise together, based on shared rights, responsibilities and opportunities.

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