Zinnath Moti was born in Paris and moved to Birmingham over 20 years ago. She is mother to 3 children aged 15 to 21 – and a cat! She loves playing badminton and making and, of course, eating desserts. Her two passions in life are charity and the environment.
She is Muslim.
Amandeep Kaur Maan studied International Business. Her Sikh faith and love for nature’s beauty led her to a career in Environmental Management & Auditing. Currently on an extended career break, she is using her experience to create policies, strategies and behaviour change campaigns to support Eco-Sikh UK. She enjoys learning more about Ayurveda as well as indigenous cultures and ancient civilisations.
The Columbans, led by Mauricio Silva, Columban Interreligious Dialogue (IRD) Coordinator, are supporting Interfaith Week 2021 in Birmingham (14-21 November). Mauricio Silva, hosts one of the events on 16th November and all are invited to attend.
Interfaith Week 2021
We are the Same, We are Different
Tuesday 16th November, 6:30-8:00 pm
For three evenings in September 2021 a group of people from diverse communities gathered online to reflect on the challenges and opportunities of living together with ‘differences’. This in-person session will bring together this group and others to continue that reflection and to plan for personal and communal action.
The event is organised by Columbans in Britain with the support among others of the Archdiocese of Birmingham Commission for Inter Religious Dialogue, The Faith Encounter, The Faith and Belief Forum and the Focolare movement.
Booking is essential. Contact Mauricio Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org