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Religious Literacy in Policy and Practice - Professor Adam Dinham and Dr Matthew Francis have released an edited volume on religious literacy in international context, spanning numerous policies and practices from education, to law, to media.

http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781447316657&

PhD Studentships in Religious Studies are open for applications. These can be applied for with or without CHASE AHRC funding:

http://www.gold.ac.uk/pg/mphil-phd-religious-studies/ 


Our FCSU Events Series 2014-15 - brings together the varied experiences of the Unit’s Fellows, to discuss a range of topical issues relating to the role of Faith in the Public Professions. The first event in the series will be on Healthcare and will be held in December 2014.To register contact t.stacey@gold.ac.uk Transcripts will be posted here.


Interview with Grace Davie - On the need for greater religious literacy and the role of Religious Education

http://www.gold.ac.uk/faithsunit/reforreal/interviews/

Beyond Belief: Religious Literacy - Professor Adam Dinham, Dr Abby Day, Professor James Conroy

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b055g10l

The Faiths & Civil Society Unit is a centre of excellence linking research, policy and practice in the field of faith-based social action.

The Faiths & Civil Society Unit explores:

Politics and Policy: how decision-makers engage and shape faith-based social action in the public realm, and what this says about deliberation, participation, inclusion and social justice. 
Sociology and Society: is society secular, post-secular or complexly both? How should we think and talk about religion in society, and what are the pressing issues? 
Professional Practice: what do faith-based social actors do, how do they do it, what are the impacts, and what are the challenges? 

These issues come together in interdisciplinary research and knowledge exchange to help religion, belief and non-belief groups, policy-makers and practitioners work together effectively. 

Key activities include:

  • A network of Research Fellows
  • The Religious Literacy Programme
  • Seminars and events

Re-imagining Religion and Belief for Public Policy and Practice

This AHRC funded interdisciplinary discussion and networking hub analyses the role and impact of religion and belief on public life and policy.

#REforReal

In the context of a newly invigorated national conversation around the future of RE underway in the UK, REforReal explores what school leavers really need to know and understand about religion and belief in the contemporary world.

Join the debate using #REforReal or by submitting a blog to t.stacey@gold.ac.uk

 

 

News and events

For a full list of New and Events click here

Religious Literacy in Policy and Practice - Professor Adam Dinham and Dr Matthew Francis have released an edited volume on religious literacy in international context, spanning numerous policies and practices from education, to law, to media.

http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781447316657&

PhD Studentships in Religious Studies are open for applications. These can be applied for with or without CHASE AHRC funding:

http://www.gold.ac.uk/pg/mphil-phd-religious-studies/ 


Our FCSU Events Series 2014-15 - brings together the varied experiences of the Unit’s Fellows, to discuss a range of topical issues relating to the role of Faith in the Public Professions. The first event in the series will be on Healthcare and will be held in December 2014.To register contact t.stacey@gold.ac.uk Transcripts will be posted here.


Interview with Grace Davie - On the need for greater religious literacy and the role of Religious Education

http://www.gold.ac.uk/faithsunit/reforreal/interviews/

Beyond Belief: Religious Literacy - Professor Adam Dinham, Dr Abby Day, Professor James Conroy

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b055g10l

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