The narrative of faiths in constant conflict is all too dominant today — often perpetuated by the media.
In a world first, media outlets serving the three Abrahamic faiths in Britain are joining forces to celebrate the way that young people are furthering interfaith collaboration.
Cooperation between faiths is a key challenge of the 21st century. In response, the Church Times, British Muslim TV, and Jewish News, together with Coexist House, are launching a search for 21 young leaders who have helped to break down barriers between the three dynamic religions. These 21 — seven Jews, seven Christians, seven Muslims — are at work today, leading projects, creating dialogues, running organisations: all demonstrating in their work and their lives how their faith makes them more open, not less, to friendships and social action across cultural boundaries.