Dr Yafa Shanneik reflects on the recent conference which provided an interactive platform to explore from legal, religious and social perspectives the many issues related to marriage practices of Muslim migrants in Europe and was an opportunity to hear about and discuss the research findings of academics and legal practitioners from the UK, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Finland.
The Commonwealth Initiative for Freedom of Religion and Belief report into the reality of forced conversions and marriages in Pakistan and how UK and Commonwealth Parliamentarians can help.
Pentecostalism accounts for around 650 million Christian worshippers worldwide, so what's it appeal? Dr Andrew Davies writes for UnHerd on Pentecostalism's phenomenal rise.
There have been massive strides in recent years as to how mental health is viewed within society. People from across the social spectrum appear to be far more willing to publicly discuss their mental ill health, something previously considered best kept 'behind closed doors'. However, despite such societal developments, the subject of mental health remains a taboo within many communities in the UK.
Alba Fedeli (ITSEE) became the first woman to speak at a Qur'anic conference in Qatar on 3 May 2018
On Sunday 13 May, Dr Rhiannon Grant participated in BBC One's The Big Questions, discussing 'Can you be a Christian without believing in God?'
CPUR Honorary Fellow Mandip Sahota is hoping to break down taboos while making people more aware of the signs and symptoms.
Professor Ben Pink Dandelion, Honorary Professor of Quaker Studies, has his research on Quaker beliefs referred to in The Guardian.
CPUR Honorary Fellow Imam Monawar Hussain writes about the first Oxford Three Faiths Week - an opportunity for Christians, Muslims and Jews, to meet each other and to go 'Beyond the Headlines.'
Professor Candida Moss, an expert on Early Christianity, talks to the Daily Mail about a bone that is believed to be a relic Pope St Clement (35-99 CE), found in a London bin by waste collectors.
Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal has written the introductory analysis article for the annual British Sikh Report, which this year focuses on mental health in the British Sikh community.
Held in partnership with the Commonwealth Initiative on Freedom of Religion or Belief (CIFoRB) project director, Baroness Berridge of the Vale of Catmose.