The Annual Brighton Community Iftar: Loneliness and Isolation: How to tackle both from a faith and non-faith perspective

Sun, 24 Jun 2018 19:45 in Community Engagement

Venue: The Grand Hotel Empress Suit, Brighton BN1 2FW
Date: 24th June 2018
Time: 19:45-22:30

Dialogue Society Brighton Branch organised its annual thematic community iftar with its local partners on 3rd of June 2018 at Grand Hotel’s Empress Suit. The iftar’s theme was ‘Loneliness and Isolation: how to tackle both from a faith and non-faith perspective’.


  • Roger French OBE DL, Deputy Lord Lieutenant, East Sussex
  • Cllr Dee Simpson, The Mayor of Brighton & Hove
  • Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion and Co-Leader of Green Party
  • Lloyd Russell-Moyle, MP for Brighton Kemptown
  • Lord Navnit Dholakia PC, OBE, DL, Deputy Leader, Liberal Democrats
  • Cllr Daniel Yates, Leader of Council
  • Larissa Reed,Executive Director for Neighbourhoods, Communities and Housing, Brighton & Hove City Council
  • Prof. Debra Humphris, VC of Brighton University
  • Nick May, Detective Superintendent, Head of Crime Sussex Police
  • Natalie Orringe, Trustee, Brighton & Hove Impetus
  • Gulistan Arslan, Time to Help UK Coordinator

Co-Organiser: Fellowship Educational Society

In Partnership With:

  • Brighton & Hove City Council
  • Sussex Police
  • Community Works
  • Trust for Developing Communities
  • Brighton & Hove Impetus
  • Time to Help UK
  • Interfaith Contact Group
  • Brighton & Hove Muslim Forum