Our History

We are an inclusive women’s organisation working with those from all faiths and no faith to build a better society through promoting friendship and embracing difference.

Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) was formed by Lady Gilda Levy and Pinky Lilani CBE DL in 2003, in response to the 9/11 terror attacks. Gilda, a Jewish woman and Pinky, a Muslim woman, realised the strength of their friendship lay in their commonality as women and worked to bring together women from all backgrounds to build bridges and establish friendships.

What we do

WIN members form grassroots social groups, arranged by geographical area, that undertake a diverse range of activities. Groups meet at their convenience with the aim of developing and building friendships with other women from different faiths, of no-faith and from different cultural backgrounds. WIN’s membership also includes Independent members who do not belong to a specific group but are part of the wider WIN family.

Associate membership is available for organisations.

WIN’s Head Office also manages a number of projects alongside the running of groups and members.