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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

 
Public Education overview

CIP is committed to bringing academic researchers, faith leaders, policymakers, and other members of society into productive conversation with one another. A wide range of public engagement activities are hosted by CIP every year, ranging from small group discussions among societal leaders to public lectures, exhibitions and workshops.

Many public engagement activities stem from CIP's academic research projects, such as the Scripture & Violence Project or the Shared Sacred Project.

Researchers from CIP and the Faculty of Divinity also regularly contribute to the Cambridge Festival.

CIP also works collaboratively with non-government organisations such as Coexist House and the Rose Castle Foundation on public engagement activities, including Scriptural Reasoning events.

To be informed of upcoming events, you can join CIP's email list. Contact us to sign up.

 

Latest news

New article: Predators are prohibited, why are ducks kosher?

16 August 2023

What’s the logic behind biblical eating prohibitions? Are commandments intended to promote the consumption of vegetarian animals? How come ducks—devourers of fish, insects...