RELIGIOUS PLURALISM AND INTERFAITH DIALOGUE: LEARNING FOR THE FUTURE
a day conference at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, UK
Friday 23 September 2016
The growth of religious pluralism in the UK, concerns over religious affiliation and a refreshed recognition of the role of spiritual life all present new opportunities for inter faith relations and learning. This conference will explore the theological and philosophical developments in the landscape of religion and belief in the UK, with an emphasis on future aims and practices in inter faith dialogue.
The speakers include:
Dr Ankur Barua, Rabbi Dr Tony Bayfield, Professor Ursula King, Revd Dr Alan Race, Professor Chris Baker
The conference chair is Dr David Cheetham, School of Philosophy, Theology, and Religion at the University of Birmingham. The sessions will be moderated by a range of experts.
The conference programme offers lectures, discussion, and opportunities for learning from one another
There will be an optional conference dinner addressed by Dr Amineh Hoti, international inter faith activist and peace builder and Executive Director of the Centre for Dialogue and Action.
Conference Programme - see our Conference leaflet
Registration is now closed
Please call Jenny Kartupelis on 01223 781781 for any last-minute requests