The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community National Peace Symposium

Bringing communities together for the cause of peace

The National Peace Symposium is a key event of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. It is held at the largest mosque in Western Europe and this year marks the 18th symposium to date. The event promotes a deeper understanding of Islam and other faiths and seeks to inspire a concerted effort for lasting peace.

More than 800 guests from across the world attend the unique event including secretaries of state, parliamentarians, diplomats, faith and civic leaders as well as representatives from numerous charities and faith communities.

Recent events continue to highlight the perilous state of the world. Nationalism and injustice are fuelling conflict, poverty, inequality and are creating humanitarian crises across the globe. It is the need of the hour to unite for the cause of peace and strive together for the betterment of our current and future generations.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as)
The Promised Messiah
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as)
The Promised Messiah

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad: A Man Of Peace

Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad
Khalifatul Masih V(May Allah be his Helper)

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Prize for the Advancement of Peace

The Ahmadiyya Muslim community is dedicated to establish peace and to protect the basic human rights of all wherever they may be in the world and is also keen to recognise efforts made by those who seek to advance the cause of peace.

The Annual Ahmadiyya Muslim Peace Prize is presented at the National Peace Symposium in recognition of an individual’s or an organisation’s contribution to the advancement of the cause of peace.

  • 2022 Winner – Tadatoshi Akiba

  • 2019 Winner – Barbara Hofmann

  • 2018 Winner – Dr Fred Mednick


The Baitul Futuh Mosque is the largest mosque in western Europe. It serves as the administrative headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK and is home to the National Peace Symposium.


6.00 pm – Arrival, Tours & Refreshments

7.00 pm – Introduction & Guest Speeches

7.25 pm – Presentation of Peace Prizes

7.45 pm – Keynote Address

8.30 pm – Dinner