We provide the practical support required to counter religious prejudice, conflict and extremism in order to promote an open-minded and stable society.
Face to Faith to be Developed Across Indonesia
Tony Blair was in Jakarta to sign an agreement with the Indonesian National Committee for UNESCO on behalf of the Faith Foundation. The Faith Foundation is to work with Indonesian schools on a pioneering education programme that aims to help prevent religious prejudice, conflict and extremism.
11 Sep 2014
Tony Blair Wins Philanthropist of the Year Award
Tony Blair was awarded the Philanthropist of the Year Award from GQ in recognition of his charity work both at home and abroad. Charlotte Keenan discusses how his vision of progress for the issues he cares most passionately about is making a real difference.
04 Sep 2014
Response to New UK Anti-Terror Plans
Responding to new plans to tackle the threat of Islamist extremists announced by the UK Government, Tony Blair Faith Foundation Chief Executive Charlotte Keenan calls for long-term action beyond these immediate security measures.
01 Sep 2014
Faith & Globalisation Network Continues to Grow
Queen's University, Belfast, has become the latest institution to join the Tony Blair Faith Foundation's network of universities teaching courses that investigate the intersection of faith and processes of globalisation.
22 Jul 2014
Video: Education is the Way to Plant the Seeds of Peace
Our latest video looks at how Face to Faith is educating young people with the knowledge and skills to resist extremist voices, and is providing opportunities for students to have positive exposure to other religious and cultural perspectives.
13 Sep 2014
What Difference Can Dialogue Make?
Kristen Looney, the Head of Face to Faith North America, recently spoke at the International Interfaith Conference in Prizren, Kosovo. She spoke on a panel examining the question, What Real Difference Can Interfaith Dialogue Make?
27 May 2014
Two Million People Reached
Our malaria prevention programme, Faiths Act Sierra Leone, has reached two million people through household visits by Muslim and Christian volunteers. The programme, Faiths Act Sierra Leone, works by training faith leaders in five key messages about how to prevent malaria. These key messages are then passed on to congregants who carry out household visits delivering the simple, practical advice.
15 May 2014