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It is not always easy to find people who represent the diversity found within any worldview and who understand what pupils and teachers need, and there is a wide range of organisations within different faith groups. The list that follows is of member-organisations of the REC that may be willing to offer authoritative advice and fact-checking. These organisations represent, or can find, members from the diverse elements within their communities, and many of them have education officers or departments that understand the requirements of schools. They should be able to provide assistance, accurate information, quotable literature, and readers. Some of these organisations may charge a fee to cover their costs.

Bahá’í Faith

Bahá’í Office of Religious and Educational Affairs (BOREA)
c/o 27 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PD.
Phone: 020 7584 2566; email:

Judaism

Education Officer, Board of Deputies of British Jews,
6 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2LP.
Phone: 020 7543 5421; fax 020 7543 0010;
email: ; website: www.bod.org.uk

  

Buddhism

General Secretary, The Buddhist Society, 58 Eccleston
Square, London SW1V 1PH. Phone: 020 7834 5858;
fax 020 7976 5238; email:
website: http://www.thebuddhistsociety.org.uk/

Education Officer, The Clear Vision Trust, 16–20 Turner Street,
Manchester M4 1DZ. Phone: 0161 839 9579; fax: 0161 839 4815; email: ; website: www.clear-vision.org

Sikhism

Working Group On Sikhs and Education (WORKSE),
32 Elsham Road, London W14 8HB.
Email:

  

Christianity

The Church of England Board of Education, Church House,
Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3NZ.
Phone 020 7898 1491 or 020 7898 1518
fax:020 7898 1493
email: or

website: http://www.natsoc.org.uk

Catholic Education Service for England and Wales,
39 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1BX.
Phone: 020 7901 4880; fax: 020 7901 4893; email:
; website: http://www.cesew.org.uk

Free Church Education Unit, 25 Marylebone Road, London
NW1 5JR. Phone: 020 7467 3783;
email:

General

The RE Directory website is an invaluable source of
information and contacts. See www.theredirectory.org.uk

The Association of RE Inspectors, Advisers and Consultants
(AREIAC) is a source of potential consultants who could be
accessed through the association but would give advice
personally. See http://www.areiac.org.uk

National Association of Standing Advisory Councils on RE
(NASACRE), Westhill RE Centre, University of Birmingham
School of Education, Selly Oak Campus, Birmingham B29
6LL. Phone: 020 7901 4880; fax: 020 7901 4893

Welsh Association of SACREs (WASACRE), 2 Penilys Terrace,
Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2AT. Phone 01248 353121;
email:

Welsh National Centre for RE, University of Wales Bangor,
Normal Site (Meirion), Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2PX.
Phone: 01248 382956; fax 01248 383954;
email: ;
website: http://www.bangor.ac.uk/rs/wncre

Shap Working Party on World Religions in Education,
PO Box 38580, London SW1P

Stapleford Centre, Education Projects Manager, The Old Lace
Mill, Frederick Road, Stapleford, Nottingham NG9 8FN.
Phone:0115 939 6270; email: [email protected]
centre.org ; website: www.stapeleford-centre.org

Christian Education / RE Services / PCFRE,
1020 Bristol Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 6LB.
Phone: 0121 474 4242; fax 0121 472 7575;
e-mail: ;
website: www.christianeducation.org.uk

 

Hinduism

ISKCON Educational Services. Bhaktivedanta Manor, Hilfield
Lane, Aldenham, Herts, WD25 8EZ. Phone: 01865 304309;
email: ; website: www.iskon.org.uk/ies

The Secretary, The National Council of Hindu Temples,
The Sanatan Mandir, Weymouth Street, Leicester, LE4 6FP.
Phone: 07958 464072

 

Humanism

Education Officer, British Humanist Association,
47 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8SP.
Phone: 020 7430 0908; fax: 020 7430 1271;
e-mail: ;
website: www.humanism.org.uk

  

Islam

Education Officer, Muslim Educational Trust, 130 Stroud
Green Road, London N4 3RZ. Phone: 020 7272 8502;
fax: 020 7281 3457; email: ;
website: http://www.muslim-ed-trust.org.uk

Education Department, The London Central Mosque Trust &
Islamic Cultural Centre, 146 Park Road, London NW8 7RG.
Phone: 020 7724 3363; fax: 020 7724 0493;
email: ;
website: http://www.islamicculturalcentre.co.uk

Inter Faith

The Inter Faith Network for the UK is willing to give advice
and contacts on inter faith issues.
The Inter Faith Network for the UK, 8A Lower Grosvenor Place, London SW1W 0BY
Phone: 020 7931 7766
email: ;
website: www.interfaith.org.uk

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