Krish Raval and Dr Bilal Hassam are from Faith in Leadership (FiL) Hub, London. They work with the world’s main religious communities to foster leadership among new and seasoned faith based personnel as a way of promoting understanding and peace. In the UK, the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, The Imam of the Karimia Foundation, The Chief Rabbi, Cardinal-Archbishop Emeritus of Westminster as well as the heads of significant Hindu and Sikh organisations are active FiL Patrons. Read their bio wayyy below…
A multi-faith dinner in UK organized by Faith in Leadership Hub, London
Both of their events are at Rebung Restaurant, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. Both of their events are inviting people of any faith to participate.
Youth Leadership Workshop
Saturday 19 October 2013
A leadership workshop for youth of any faith, below 35 years old. Only 30 spaces available and registration is required. RM20 fee covers the lunch buffet. Scroll down for the registration form. —> WORKSHOP IS FULL. Registration is closed.
This workshop includes sessions covering
- Psychometric/Personality profiling
- Emotional Intelligence
- Dialogue and Effective Conversations
- Elements of Community Building
- Navigating Inter-religious relations
Talk: Rethinking a Multifaith Society
& Practical Long Term Action Steps
Sunday 20 October 2013
Open to All
‘How’ are we understanding coexistence? And what can we ordinary people actually do? Open to all members of public. Do invite friends of other faiths to come with you. 🙂
Raval is an executive trainer and coach who focuses on conflict resolution, leadership development and change management. Apart from being a Law and Pyschology graduate, he is also a former Senior Fellow at the University of Maryland who has studied a range of leadership icons such as Nelson Mandela, the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa at very close quarters.
Hassam is a medical doctor who co-founded the Leaf Network, a network of diverse British Muslim individuals that trains young men and women to become transformational leaders. He spent a year working as one of thirty global Faiths Act Fellows serving as an inter-religious youth ambassador for the UN Millennium Development Goals.
A supporter of our project this weekend, the FGIS is an informal gathering of major religious groups representing Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism for the purpose of promoting unity and harmony in Malaysia through selfless service, human value programs and music.
The performers in the orchestra are from:
1. Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia (ABIM)
2. Buddhist Maha Vihara
3. Council of Churches – Wilayah
4. Malaysia Hindu Sanggam
5. Malaysia Gurdwara Council
The FGIS is coordinated by the Sathya Sai Baba Central Council of Malaysia.