Earth @ Peace Conference

At no stage during the 200,000 years of human evolution, have the Earth’s species experienced existential threats of the scale and intensity posed by climate change and nuclear weapons. Until now.

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The Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy provides a means of engaging with the issues of the contemporary world – by stimulating research and engagement activity across the whole institution and by building external partnerships.

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Christianity in the Public Sphere

Members of the University’s Academic Staff and the Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy (RASP) will be part of a panel of experts for the Institute for Spiritual Studies Christianity in the Public...

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