Dr William Vendley on Tackling Violent Religious Extremism

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On the Second day Dr William Vendley talked of his action plan for Tackling Violent Religious Extremism. Yolande Illiano, gave report on the activities of RfP Europe, Heidi on European Women of Faith Network and, there was a report on the European Youth Network as well. 
The long day ended with a City Hall Reception, where Ms Tailor was asked to speak on behalf of ECRL alongside the Moderator Thomas Wipf.

Vigil in Support of Nepal: UK 1 May 2015 Outside Nepalese Embassy

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On 1st may in the evening along with many national and local organisations int he UK, our Executive Director took part in a vigil of support outside the Nepalese Embassy in the London UK. She was asked to
speak ad offered prayers for the dead and then spoke about what we as Hindus can and must do for the survivors. She stated that whatever we do must be done together and in a co-ordinated way with advice of the Nepalese ...

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Earthquake in Kathmandu Valley Nepal

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Our hearts go out to the people of Nepal who have lost loved ones, their homes and their livelihoods in the earthquake. We also pray with the Belgian Nepali community who may be worried about relatives back home and hope that their loved ones are safe. Our prayers for the eternal Shanti for the Atmas of the dead and prayers for strength for those living, to cope with this disaster.

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Earthquake in Kathmandu Valley Nepal

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Our hearts go out to the people of Nepal who have lost loved ones, their
homes and their livelihoods in the earthquake. We also pray with the
Belgian Nepali community who may be worried about relatives back home
and hope that their loved ones are safe. Our prayers for the eternal
Shanti for the Atmas of the dead and prayers ...

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Sri Sri Ravi Shankar agrees to be Spiritual Adviser to the Hindu Forum fo Europe

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*Sri Sri Ravi Shankar becomes Spiritual Adviser of the Hindu Forum of
Europe*

We are very proud to announce that, on Tuesday the 21st of April, in
Brussels Guruji, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ji had a meeting with the President,
Director, Secretary and intern of the Hindu Forum of Europe. During the
meeting he accepted the boards’ invitation to become spiritual adviser of
Hindu Forum of Europe.

Earlier int he day we has been at the event of Yoga and meditation in ...

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Povert and Diversity

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Poversity and Diversity- The Hindu Female perspective

On 3rd March Ms Tailor gave a presentation hosted at Portcullis House,
House of Commons, UK. The event was hosted by the The Board of Deputies of
British Jews Women’s Group and Social Action Group to a Joint Forum on
Diversity.

Speakers were
Baroness Ruth LIster- Professor of Social Policy, Loughborough University
Julie Siddiqi- Executive Director of the Islamic Society of Britain
Bharti Tailor- Executive Director to the Hindu Forum of Europe

Event Host and Chair
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International Women’s Day

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We hope you marked International Women’s Day with great joy. And that you remembered those women who are oppressed are not free to celebrate. If you have not thought of them during the day, we hope you will remember them in your prayers tonight. The Hindu Women of Bangladesh and Pakistan in particular and the Yazidi women on IraqInternational Womens Day 2015

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Terror Attack in Copenhagen

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*Terror Attack in Copenhagen* Hindu Forum of Europe are deeply troubled by the loss of life and injuries, in the recent attack in Denmark. We grieve with the Jewish Community for the murder of the guard outside the Synagogue and show solidarity for Freedom of speech with those murdered and injured at the Cafe. May the injured recover fully and quickly and may the souls of the dead rest in peace. May the forces who protect the public do their ...

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Religious Intolerance and Freedom of Religion

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The European Parliament Intergroup on Freedom of Religion and Religious Tolerance is in the process of producing its Annual Report. The first report was really low on Hindu issues, let us make sure that for the second report we send them information on all countries where we have issues. Then they cannot claim that there was no information available, or, if they do not include in the final report, we can raise ...

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Republic Day India, Australia day

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Greetings for the celebrations of Republic day to all Indians. We share in the joy of People of Indian Origin inside and outside India. India is also a major land of pilgrimage for all Hindus, one that welcomes pilgrims and for that we are grateful. Today is also Australia day. Our best wishes to Hindus living in Australia.

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Congratulations to the EPWG on FoRB

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The European Parliament Working Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief has become one of the 28 official Intergroups of the European Parliament. It will now be the Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Religious Tolerance. Hindu Forum of Europe offers heartiest congratulations to the Committee. We hope we will continue to work together to address the issues faced by the Hindu Minorities in Pakistan. Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and other countries in the world

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Charlie Hebdo: Gun attack on French magazine

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Hindu Forum of Europe mourns with the relatives of the deceased and the French Nation. The killers are murderers no matter what else they profess to be and must be brought to justice. We salute and honour those who have given up their lives in maintaining Freedom of thought and Free Speech *For the souls of the perpetrators we pray: * *Oh Lord take them from Untruth to the Truth, and from Darkness to Light* *For the souls of their ...

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