STaCS & the Wider Community

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The Faiths and Civil Society Unit

The Faiths and Civil Society Unit is a centre for excellence in the development of policy, practice and research in the area of faiths and civil society. The Unit draws together policy makers, practitioners and researchers from a range of faiths, sectors and disciplines to conduct programmes of work to address practical and conceptual questions arising in the context of a strong policy agenda for faiths in the public realm in the UK and elsewhere. More on the Faiths and Civil Society Unit


Caribbean Communities in Europe was created to develop and maintain further links with Goldsmiths, through STaCS (Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies); the local community; ASCC (Afro-Surinamese Cultural Centre) in the Netherlands and with other Caribbean groups in France, St Marten etc. The general aims and objectives of CACOEU are to promote knowledge of the Caribbean and its diaspora, particularly in Europe. More on CACOEU

U3A South East London

U3A (University of the Third Age) movement exists to promote education in its widest sense among older people largely through daytime self-help study groups. More on U3A