Our projects bring together people from Christian and Muslim communities through training for faith leaders and youth workers and programmes for young people. Our inclusive, interfaith approach strengthensĀ community resilience and utilises common concerns to address the risk of child sexual exploitation (CSE).

We work to tackle challenges to cohesion by facilitating meaningful interfaith sessions, dispelling misunderstanding and misinformation about the role racial and religious factors have in determining perpetrators and victims of CSE.

FACES recognise and highlight the learning opportunities in speaking to each other about shared concerns and experiences and ensure our work is mindful of different faith and culture contexts, embracing our differences as well as our similarities.Ā