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Faith & Flourishing Neighbourhoods Network

Creating space for theological reflection on concepts of community and neighbourhood. Bridging academic perspectives and practical experience.

The Faith & Flourishing Neighbourhoods Network (FFNN) creates space for theological reflection on concepts of community and neighbourhood in a rapidly changing context. FFNN brings together academic perspectives and practical experience to enhance understanding and create new strategies for faith-based community and social justice work.

Latest meeting

Ways Forward and Strategic Aims
How to progress the agenda for change?
Thursday 16th February 2017, Birmingham – read the event report here

 

 

 

In 2015/16 the FFNN ran ‘Community, What Community?’ a series of events aimed at reflecting on and rebuilding understandings of community and neighbourhood.

Troubling the Past, Tracing the Present
What have we learnt from the past? Where are we now?
Tuesday 9th June 2015, Birmingham – read the event report here.

Case Studies for Community
Reflecting empirically, exploring a diverse variety of community-building case studies.
Thursday 25th February 2016, Birmingham – read the event report here.

Re-imagining Community
What are the future possibilities for community and neighbourhood?
Tuesday 18th October 2016, Birmingham – read the event report here.