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CIP Director to speak at upcoming conference

last modified Aug 16, 2016 04:58 PM
Join us in Cambridge in September to hear Dr Ankur Barua speak at a conference about the future of inter-faith dialogue, organised by the World Congress of Faiths.

On Friday 23 September at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, CIP Director Dr Ankur Barua will speak at a conference exploring the theological and philosophical developments in the landscape of religion and belief in the UK, with an emphasis on future aims and practices in inter-faith dialogue.

Organised by the World Congress of Faiths, the conference will be chaired by Dr David Cheetham of the School of Philosophy, Theology, and Religion, University of Birmingham. It will also feature talks from Rabbi Dr Tony Bayfield, Professor Ursula King, Revd Dr Alan Race, and Professor Chris Baker.  

There will be an optional conference dinner addressed by Dr Amineh Hoti, international inter-faith activist and peace builder and Executive Director of the Centre for Dialogue and Action.

For more information and to register, please visit the WCF's conference page.

To discover more, read Jenny Kartupelis' blog article on the past and future of inter-faith dialogue.

*Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0

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