In response to the war in Ukraine, Swansea Interfaith Forum and Swansea University Faith team will be holding a regular, weekly ‘Pray for Peace’ session at 5pm on a Monday both in the Haven and via Zoom starting on Monday 7th March. This is an interfaith event which will last 30 minutes. All are welcome.
COVID-19: You must not attend this event if you have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days, have been a close contact of another person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 10 days, have been advised to self-isolate, or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. If you have recently arrived in the UK, you must have completed any UK Government mandated quarantine period before attending this event.
You are required to follow all Welsh and UK Government COVID guidelines including the wearing of face masks in non-hospitality settings.
For information and support relating to COVID, quarantines and guidelines, head to https://myuni.swansea.ac.uk/co.uk
Covid Pass: Although you do not currently require a Covid Pass to attend this event, rules can change without notice. We strongly encourage all persons to set up their Covid Pass and to keep this up-to-date.
You can apply for a Covid Pass at Get your NHS COVID Pass | GOV.WALES. If you were vaccinated outside the UK, please see Countries whose COVID-19 vaccine programmes are recognised in Wales | GOV.WALES for information on acceptable proof of vaccination.
Conduct & Safety: You are responsible for your own behaviour and time keeping. Please take reasonable care of your own and other people's health and safety. If you have any concerns, please raise these to the event leader. In the event of an emergency situation, please ensure you contact the emergency services on 999.
Accessibility: This event has step-free access. If you have concerns or queries regarding the suitability of the event, or have any specific accessibility requirements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. We will do our best to assist, however we cannot guarantee all requirements can be met.
Data Protection: Faith@CampusLife will use the information you provide for attendance and safety purposes. We will use your data to produce internal statistics but will not share it with third parties or use it for marketing purposes. Your information will be provided to our event leader for the purpose of attendance monitoring and emergency situations. The information will be kept confidential and passed back to ICL and destroyed (once we have passed the legally required COVID-19 Track & Trace period). Fatsoma’s policies can be found on their website.