Marking seventy years since the death of the leading thinker, writer, clergyman and social activist Archbishop William Temple, 'Reclaiming the Public Space’ will examine the role of Christianity, and other faiths, in developing a just society.
The event will include key note addresses from Lord Raymond Plant (KCL) and Professor Craig Calhoun (LSE), a panel debate featuring Professor Linda Woodhead (Lancaster), Economist journalist Bruce Clark, Professor Elaine Graham (Chester) and Cllr Afzal Khan (Manchster City Council). Plus interactive workshops led by an excellent and diverse range of academics and practitioners, focused on issues of religion and public life.
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William Temple Foundation
The William Temple Foundation is a research and ideas hub, shaping the debate on religion in public life. Through research, teaching and training we connect academics, religious institutions and community activists. Working with faith-based and secular thinkers, we exist to promote the economic, social and political wellbeing of society.