Our analysis probes the foundations of religion, beliefs and values to give a deeper insight to issues affecting the society and the public good.
We contribute to a more informed public debate regarding today’s most pressing issues. We encourage people to find deeper shared values and to identify the best approach to forming more sustainable diverse communities.
The theoretical and applied research we undertake provides new knowledge and analysis that improves our understanding of cultural and community relations and helps us bridge the gaps in understanding and trust.
The more we understand religious beliefs and culture, the more intelligent our public debate.
The complex interaction of religion with other forces permeates many of our most urgent public issues.
The threat of terrorism and the ‘war on terror’ put pressure on existing tensions in religion and citizenship as well as interreligious relations.
Religious claims interact with these areas, setting our ethical compass and aspirations.
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Professor Griffith-Dickson, Director at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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