Jocelyne Cesari's key note lecture at the University of Utrecht on 2 December 2020 is now available to download.
Jocelyne Cesari discusses the specificity of laicite and its consequences on the relationships of France with the Muslim world.
Professor Cesari was interviewed on 19 November about French President Macron's policies toward Islam and the particularities of French laicite. The segment starts at 34:32
Professor Cesari argues that the excess of French laicite on the visibility of Religion in France has a boomerang effect on violent extremism
Professor Jocelyne Cesari speaks to Aljazeera on the context of French laicite to the killing of Samuel Paty.
Introducing the new postgraduate degree at the University of Birmingham - the MPA Faith Based Leadership, available to study part-time by distance learning in December 2020 within the Department of Theology and Religion
In October, Jocelyne Cesari and Jose Casanova hosted Tariq Modood to discuss multicultural citizenship and how minority identities can be incorporated into national identities.
Recording of Birmingham's Professor of Religion and Politics speaking at a webinar organised by Human Rights Media
Francis Davis is working with the charity catholic Voices and colleagues at Oxford to undertake a study into the current size , scope and impact of Catholic social care and advocacy in England, wales and Scotland
Jocelyne Cesari is interviewed on the political relevance #HagiaSophia for Erdogan's regional policy and its rivalry with Saudi Arabia- Asia Times.
Is religion the blind spot of populism?, European Academy of Religion, online conference took place on June 22 2020.
Jocelyne Cesari writes for Politics Today