A new groundbreaking campaign aiming to tackle the global rise in cultural and religious intolerance.


Bringing All of Us Together: Building Bridges

Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) invited guests to City Hall for an evening of debate, discussion and networking on questions of what is being done to tackle the rise of intolerance in schools and in wider society.

Guests joined us for an interactive panel and to share their thoughts on how educators, communities and families are facilitating social integration in London. A showing of the short animated ‘All of Us’ film prompted discussions around how schools and communities can be more inclusive, what is being done to aid social mobility and what we can learn from other education projects in London and beyond. This event took place under the auspices of the office of the Mayor of London and the Right Honourable Sadiq Khan spoke on the evening.

Speakers on the interactive panel included:

Dr Zubaida Haque, Deputy Director at Runnymede Trust, leading race equality think tank

Nicola Noble, Head Teacher at Surrey Square Primary School

Athian Akec, Youth MP for the London borough of Camden


‘All of Us’ Award Success

‘All of Us’, our 7-minute animated film used in our education campaign has won a Gold Award at the 2019 New York Festivals TV & Film Awards. Competing alongside major broadcasters including the BBC, CNN and Al Jazeera, ‘All of Us’ was honoured in the Society and Social Issue category. During our pilot year, the ‘All of Us’ film was only available to watch during workshops. We are now delighted to officially launch the full film online for the first time.