Dr Iqtidar Cheema, the honorary fellow at the Edward Cadbury Centre spoke at the United Nations Implementation conference of Plan of action to Prevent Incitement to Violence that could Lead to Atrocity Crimes.
Katherine Brown writes for The Cadbury Centre Blog on Religion in Politics and Public Life
The University of Birmingham and the Consulate General of India joined together to mark the 350th birth anniversary of one of India's most revered Sikh leaders - Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, hosted by the University's Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion.
Andrew Davies writes for The Cadbury Centre Blog on Religion in Politics and Public Life
Report and video of the 8th Annual Rabbi Tann Memorial Lecture, given by Professor Eibert Tigchelaar
On Wednesday 14 February, the Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion hosted a one-day symposium on 'Islamic values, human rights'.
On Sunday 4 February, Professor Charlotte Hempel participated in BBC One's The Big Questions, discussing 'Is evidence a problem for religions?'
The event was attended by three invited participants from Birmingham: Dr. Josef Boehle, Dr Iqtidar Cheema and Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh.
Comments in the news sources Voice of America and Raw Story
An evening of poetry, music and silent reflection that celebrated, through the medium of poetry, the common values of respect, love, peace, compassion and understanding.
Professor Francis Davis remembers Dame Sheila Quinn in an obituary that was published in The Tablet on January 14, 2017.