6 May 2014
Throughout June and early July, staff and Fellows of the William Temple Foundation will be involved in a wide range of conferences, public lectures and other activities, up and down the country.
Book now to catch us at the following events:
10 June – London
Our Director of Research Chris Baker will speak on the topic of overcoming barriers to deliver social action at a Public Policy Exchange event titled, ‘Community Cohesion and Social Inclusion: Strengthening Partnership Working Between Local Authorities and Voluntary and Faith Groups’.
12 June – Chester
The Centre for Faiths and Public Policy – a partnership enterprise of the University of Chester and William Temple Foundation – hosts a ground-breaking multi-disciplinary conference exploring the rise of evangelical, Pentecostal and charismatic influence on politics and public policy. Keynote speakers include Krish Kandiah and Steve Chalke, with the Foundation’s Associate Research Fellow Greg Smith also offering a paper.
16 June – London
Joining a diverse group of academics, clergy and lay-people, Chris Baker will speak at the Christian Muslim Forum conference ‘Reflections of Jesus and Muhammad – or Distortions?’ Chris will address the question, ‘Why do we segregate?’
3 July – Brighton
Chris Baker will deliver a paper titled, ‘Belonging, becoming and participation – religious citizenship and progressive urban localism’ for a panel on the theme of ‘Religion in the Global City’ at the British Sociological Association’s Sociology of Religion Annual Conference.
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