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Latest news

Statement: Concern for the Inter Faith Network

20 February 2024

The Cambridge Interfaith Programme is proud to be a member of the Inter Faith Network for the UK and profoundly disappointed that the Government has withdrawn its funding...

Scarcity and agency: Youth Interfaith Summit, take 2

18 February 2024

Earlier this month, the Cambridge Interfaith Programme sponsored two University of Cambridge students to attend a Youth Interfaith Summit addressing the intersection of faith...

Youth Interfaith Summit report: “a blessing just to live”

14 February 2024

As part of CIP’s commitment to global challenges, we sponsored two University of Cambridge students to attend a Youth Interfaith Summit on “Faith and climate for a...