The Salaam Shalom Youth Council is body of volunteers who advise on and support the delivery of short-term projects and events. Volunteers come from many different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds and are provided with the opportunity to gain a variety of experience in project planning, event support, interviewing skills, facilitation, constructive debate and discussion.

If you share our vision for a society that is not only more tolerant but values cultural and religious diversity and would be interested in joining the Salaam Shalom Youth Council as a volunteer, please email

We are grateful to all our volunteers, past and present, who have given their time and skills to Salaam Shalom’s cause over the years.


Left: Youth Council members delivering a Rap for Social Change workshop. Right: Speaking at a debate during Discover Me, at M-Shed.

Above: Volunteers at Big Up Bristol, a Creative Youth Network event at The Station.

Above: Members of the youth council helped plan a residential at Ammerdown. Many attended and took part in four days of creative dialogue.

Left: Youth Council members working with Bristol Museum around the No Borders exhibition. Right: Volunteers at a social with staff and Trustees.








Above: Helping at the Journey of the Heart event at M-Shed.

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