British Sikh Consultative Forum

A forum for Sikh organisations to come together for mutual consultation.

Dharam & Diversity: A Sikh perspective

An online webinar providing a Sikh perspective and its implications in the 21st century.

Vaccine for Covid-19 Zoom Q&A


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Amritsar, Golden Temple, India

special NOVEMBER edition 2021

Guru Nanak Ji‘s Mission by Professor (Sant) Teja Singh (1877-1965)

Amritsar, Golden Temple, India

November NEWSLETTER 2021

Empowering Sikh Women to Watch – Manjit Kaur Gill MBE


Dharam and Diversity

The British Sikh Consultative Forum (BSCF) Interfaith Group hosted an event on Thursday 18 November 2021 during Interfaith Week about Dharam and Diversity: A Sikh Perspective. The guest speaker was Dr Jasdev Rai, General Secretary of the BSCF and Director of the Sikh...

The role Gurdwara’s need to play in the 21st Century

The Gurdwara is a focus for the community living a practical life in accordance with the teachings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, more than a place to worship. They are the heart of the community where they gather and collectively support each other. The average life of a...


Consultation- Making flexible working the default

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy are seeking your views on this consultation which contains proposals to reform flexible working regulations (The Flexible Working Regulations 2014). It also covers the wider work being undertaken by the...

Consultation- Guaranteed Minimum Pension Fixed Rate Revaluation

This consultation seeks views on the proposed move from 3.5% per annum to 3.25% per annum in the rate of revaluation applied to the fixed-rate revaluation of Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP) for early leavers. This new rate, subject to consultation responses, would...

About Us

British Sikh Consultative Forum

Established 2002, The BSCF provides a forum for Sikh organisations to come together for mutual consultation as well as offer a central point for interface with Government, national bodies, organisation and other communities.

What we do


The BSCF engages in consensus building and consultations on issues affecting British Sikhs


BSCF networks with Gurdwaras, Sikh Organisations and individuals for important information, consultations, coordination and projects.


BSCF information and advice on GurSikhi and Sikhs where needed and to Sikhs on issues that concern the Sikhs as a community.


BSCF acts as an interface between British Sikhs and Government as well as other institutions and communities.