We’re a Luton based Christian and Muslim charity working to strengthen resilience within faith communities against child sexual exploitation and other forms of harm. We challenge misleading and harmful messages that can surround child sexual exploitation and other safeguarding circumstances. We offer bespoke training sessions for charities, public sector professionals, faith leaders and families, and workshops for young people.
Upcoming training, events and services
Teen Programme: Being You
For ages 11-16
3 x 3 hour sessions
Safeguarding: Working with Refugees
Sat 18th November 10:00-16:00
2.5 hrs online + 6 hrs in-person
'They believe this' RSE Research
Taking pupils’ religious backgrounds into account in Relationships and Sex Education
Our research project explored how 15-19 year olds, those with and without religious faith, experience Relationships and Sex Education and their perspectives on whether and how it should take religious faith into account.
Read more about this and upcoming work: Research
Working with Young People
Exploring identity and value, communication, and healthy and safe behavious and scenarios
We work with children and young people in school, faith and youth work settings, using themes from our faiths to encourage discussion, build confidence and identify positive ways to navigate common teenage circumstances.
Read more about our workshops: Young People
Bespoke Training and Support
CPD accredited training in Child Sexual Exploitation, Safeguarding and Prejudice, and Identity and Inclusion
Our courses nurture understanding across different communities and services, centering those who are vulnerable to abuse. We build knowledge and facilitate dialogue around exploitation and safeguarding practice, highlighting the importance of accounting for identity and embedding inclusive practices.
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As a group of Muslim and Christian leaders, we came together to set up Faiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation (FACES) in 2016. We are committed
We have a narration in Islam that translates as the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, saying, “Islam began as something
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