Centre for Religion and Social Policy

The Centre for 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.

About RASP

In keeping with its vision, the University of Divinity established a Centre for Religion and Social Policy (RASP). Formally launched on Thursday 8 December 2016 in Melbourne CBD, RASP actively builds collaboration with the churches and agencies.

All RASP events are open to the public, unless otherwise indicated.

Upcoming events: RASP

Opinion articles by RASP members

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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