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09/04/2019 11:10

The William Temple Foundation is an innovative and ground-breaking research and ideas hub, shaping debate on religion in public life. Founded in 1947, it seeks to connect Christian social concerns to the realities of the secular world by generating ideas about the impact of religion on civil society, wellbeing, politics and economics, and urban change. […]


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On 1st March 2019 members of the William Temple Foundation Ethical Futures network met in Trinity College, Oxford, to discuss the relationship between digital and ecological concerns about our collective future. The event was facilitated by Ian Ball with the aim of drawing more closely together the various interests and contacts within the group and […]


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Professor Adam Dinham and Professor Chris Baker (Director of Research, William Temple Foundation) of the Faiths and Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London have secured £100,000 follow-on funding from the AHRC for their work on ‘Re-imagining Religion and Belief for Policy and Practice‘. This grant follows on the heels of a succesful AHRC […]


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