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The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion was established in 2014 to enhance the public understanding of religion regionally, nationally and internationally through distinctive, strategic and engaged interdisciplinary research. We deliver innovative, interdisciplinary, impact-driven and internationally-excellent research exploring the significance of religious belief and practice for public and professional life, working with faith communities and policy makers to develop informed agendas for social transformation.
Posted 08 October 2018
Dr Jeremy Kidwell's (Department of Theology and Religion) new article on the relationship between pro‐environmental work and Christian identity, particularly in relation to eco-congregations, is published open access in Geo (with Franklin Ginn, Michael Northcott, Elizabeth Bomberg and Alice Hague).
Posted 04 October 2018
Professor Jocelyne Cesari argues that increased securitisation negatively affects the exercise of religious freedom, in this piece for the Religious Freedom Institute.
Dr Katherine Brown argues that the idea that converts to Islam make the most violent jihadi women only disrupts counter-extremism efforts, in this insight article for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.
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