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Listed below are just a few of the OWW events taking part this year.

11 September 2014

Conference - Reinventing Our Economy for People and the Planet

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Date: 2 October 2014 13:00 to 14:00
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2 October 2014

TTIP - What it might mean for public service - Exeter

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15 October 2014

Faith Encounter Evening - Balsall, Nr. Coventry

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Feedback on the Ubuntu Project

We have recently received feedback from the consultants of the Development Awareness Fund (a former fund of the government's Department for International Development, DfID) which funded the project OWW completed in March 2011, “Exploring Ubuntu: One World Week Across Faiths”.  We are delighted to share their comments with you:

 “1) This was a well-managed project working with new target groups and as such provides an interesting model for collaboration with a wide range of community groups. You showed that you were able to respond well and be flexible as the project developed.

 2) It is acknowledged that it can be difficult to monitor all project activities when you use a cascading model but nevertheless you appear to have collected sufficient evidence to show that your project has been successful. It would however be worth considering external evaluation in the future.

 3) You have developed strong and close relationships with your partner organisations and they have made a significant contribution to the project. It is good to note that this will enhance the sustainability of the project and it is hoped that the DAF project will provide a sound platform for future initiatives."

 Congratulations to all who were involved in the project.  This endorsement serves as tremendous encouragement to us all to take the learning and experience of the project into future One World Weeks and to offer with confidence the Handbook which drew on that experience, “Piecing together One World” to new partners and organisers.


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Press Releases


Recently Added Resources

"Living Differently" downloadable leaflet for OWW 2014 (pdf) - added 29 May 2014 

Introductory PowerPoint about organising local interfaith/inclusive OWW events in 2014 (updated 28 May 2014)

2014 Theme summary: A4 with 2xA5 single sided leaflets to down load and print for use at meetings - N.B. Full annual leaflet on 'Living Differently' will be published in May.(added 23 April 2014)

2014 - a video to trigger ideas to help you start planning your OWW events


Press Release Template for publicising your event (word.doc) (issued 10 Oct.2013)

Event organisers' form for collecting feedback from participants at OWW events (word.doc)(added October 2013)

'More than enough?' Quotes about consumerism and what 'being more'  might mean-use them to start off discussion and more (word doc) (added 8 Oct. 2013)

Pledges to help you "Aspire be more" word.doc (added 1 Oct 2013)

Working with Others - a new page for 2013 with ideas for events and links to OWW Partners and their resources  (updated 26 Sept. 2013)

2013 Worship Anthology on "More than Enough?" plus  supplementary material (added 19 Sept. 2013)

Faith and School resources for 2013: School Assemblies

 More than Enough? -a selection of videos to inform and entertain (new for 2013. updated 5 Sept. 2013)

OWW Guide and links to other websites for resources relevant to environmental issues (updated Sept 2013)- (word doc)

More than Enough? Featuring food/a meal in your event? These resources from CAFOD could enhance the menu!  (added Aug. 2013)

Funding Opportunities - New possibility Aug. 2013

wordsearch:'The world we want'. Download and print the search and answers (two updated April 2013

Publicity materials for 2013 'More than Enough? (pdf)2013 leaflet "More than enough?" (PDF)