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Read more at: Statement: Concern for the Inter Faith Network

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is proud to be a member of the Inter Faith Network for the UK and profoundly disappointed that the Government has withdrawn its funding offer. Below are extracts from two letters addressed to the Minister for Faith and Communities and the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and...


Read more at: Scarcity and agency: Youth Interfaith Summit, take 2
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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 and climate. By return, we asked each of them to reflect on the event and how it connects with their current studies. Noah Rouse is a final-year...


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

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 sustainable future”. The event was organised by the Faith & Belief Forum together with the LSE Faith Centre. Arbah Azhar, a first-year PhD student, reflects...


Read more at: Preview: World Interfaith Harmony Events — February 2024
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Preview: World Interfaith Harmony Events — February 2024

31 January 2024

Proposed by H.M. King Abdullah II of Jordan and adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2010, 2024 sees the 14th World Interfaith Harmony Week. Based on the pioneering initiative A Common Word calling for Christian and Muslim leaders to work together, it is intended to provide a focal point to recognise common values and...


Read more at: Research news: “Religion may have helped during COVID”
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Research news: “Religion may have helped during COVID”

30 January 2024

Cambridge research indicates the difference made by religion during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sriya Iyer, Professor of Economics and a member of the Cambridge Interfaith Research Forum, is co-author of two recently-released studies. A Cambridge Working Paper in Economics , issued this week, draws information from nearly 4,000...


Read more at: Event report: Changing faces of nationalism
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Event report: Changing faces of nationalism

22 January 2024

In December, the Cambridge Interfaith Programme co-hosted a fifth event in the series Religion, ethnicity, and politics in German, Dutch and Anglo-American contexts: nationalism and the future of democracy. This participatory research workshop was organised jointly by Sophia Johnson (Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge), Dr...


Read more at: Call for papers: Islamophobia, antisemitism and philosemitism after October 7
NEWS: Entangled and Disentangled Otherings project awarded DAAD-Cambridge funding

Call for papers: Islamophobia, antisemitism and philosemitism after October 7

17 January 2024

The organisers of the 2024 Entangled Otherings workshop invite responses to this call for papers: There is nothing new, in essence, about social tensions concerning monitoring, speech and silence surrounding Islamophobia and antisemitism in Germany, much of the Western world, and elsewhere; indeed, it has been clear to...


Read more at: Out now: January newsletter
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Out now: January newsletter

17 January 2024

Our quarterly update entered inboxes this morning. Non-subscribers can view this and other updates in the MailChimp archive, or download a PDF copy below. These mailings provide an overview of upcoming events, highlight news and activities, and promote opportunities to engage with the Cambridge Interfaith Programme’s work...


Read more at: Funding award: John Templeton Foundation supports God, Language, and Diversity
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Funding award: John Templeton Foundation supports God, Language, and Diversity

16 January 2024

Dr Daniel Weiss (Divinity) and Professor Napoleon Katsos (Linguistics) are celebrating news that their pilot work on God and Human Speech has been rewarded by a multi-year full grant from the John Templeton Foundation. The full project now has the title, God, Language and Diversity: Spiritual Flourishing in Neurodiverse...


Read more at: New report: Water and/in religious relations
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New report: Water and/in religious relations

15 January 2024

The Cambridge Interfaith Programme has released a report from research carried out as part of the 18-month project Water Efficiency in Faith & Diverse Communities . Funded by the Ofwat Innovation Fund, the research is part of a collaboration with Cambridge Water, South Staffordshire Water, other water industry actors...


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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...