Professor Chris Baker, Director of the William Temple Foundation, speaks on Easter Sunday with Shaun Ley of BBC World News about Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s recent criticism of the Rwanda asylum seekers plan.
80th Anniversary Conference of William Temple’s Christianity and Social Order 9.30am – 5.30pm | Saturday 12th March 2022 | Canterbury Lodge, Canterbury Cathedral Register here The conference will examine the […]
Dr Matthew Barber-Rowell FRSA is the first recipient of a William Temple Foundation Fellows’ Award. This award is for early career academics who demonstrate significant impact through their PhD research.
We are delighted to welcome Ryan Haecker to the William Temple Foundation as our new Assistant Communications Officer. Prior to joining the Foundation, Ryan managed the publicity and social media […]
Assistant Communications Officer for the William Temple Foundation 0.2 FTE (7.5 hours per week) One year fixed term post in the first instance £4,309 per annum (pro rata £21,547.50 per […]
Following the launch of the Foundation’s Urban Tracts series, Research Fellow Greg Smith has been working with Paul Keeble and a number of others to develop a new website for […]
The William Temple Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of a new series of Temple Tracts entitled Urban Tracts. As Greg Smith, editor of the new series, comments: “It […]
On Wednesday 16th June, William Temple Research Fellow Dr Matthew Barber-Rowell delivered a paper at an event entitled ‘Academic Workshop: Dialogue with and among the Existing, Transforming and Emerging Communities’. […]
At their AGM on 21 May 2021, the trustees elected a new chair. Simon Lee is the first Catholic to chair the board of the William Temple Foundation. Simon Lee […]
We welcome Dr Matthew Barber-Rowell as a new Research Fellow with the Foundation. Matthew was previously a William Temple Scholar and has had a long association with the life of […]