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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 
Public Education overview

Public education is central to the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme's vision, and is  essential to disseminate our research to non-academic audiences.

CIP works with non-government organisations such as Coexist House and the Rose Castle Foundation to engage with a wide variety of groups and communities - from schools to youth groups, from public services to arts & cultural organisations.

 

Latest news

Doctoral Funding: The Sultan Qaboos Studentship in Abrahamic Religions and Shared Values (PhD)

18 November 2020

The Sultan Qaboos Studentship in Abrahamic Religions and Shared Values will be offered for funding towards a PhD, if an outstanding candidate is available. The topic of the...

New PhD Studentship: Making British Islam Across Generations

6 November 2020

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award (CDA) PhD studentship for Making British Islam Across Generations (Faculty of Divinity - Everyday Muslim Heritage and Archive Initiative)

'Lonely at Home: On the Protracted Social Isolation in Bosnia', a Xenia Series talk by Dr Safet HadžiMuhamedović

22 October 2020

On 17 September 2020, Dr Safet HažiMuhamedović, CIP Research Associate in Inter-Faith Relations, gave the inaugural talk for the Xenia Series: Seminars in Anthropology of...