How well equipped are our broadcasters to help ensure that our society is religiously literate? How important is this task to the future wellbeing and flourishing of UK society?
Welcome to the third event in the 2018 lecture series curated by new Fellows of the Faiths and Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths on: ‘Faith and the Future of Civil Society’. Bringing their experience as professionals and practitioners, they critically explore how structures and practices of religion, beliefs and spirituality shape modern life and politics, both in the present and in the future.
How well equipped are our broadcasters to help ensure that our society is religiously literate? How important is this task to the future well-being and flourishing of UK society? Broadcaster Roger Bolton, who has extensive experience of making programmes on religion and ethics, examines whether newsrooms, programme makers, and commissioners, are properly equipped to deal with this vital part of human experience.
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|22 May 2018||5:30pm - 7:00pm|
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