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    Faith and Policy - Session 4, Preventing Violent Extremism

    01 July 10

    Government policy in combating extremism has identified religious extremism and distortion as a significant threat.  The conference considered how the “Prevent” agenda highlights concerns about the government’s relations with faith communities.

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    Faith and Policy - Session 5, Faith going “Mainstream”

    01 July 10

    Partnerships come at a price. The trend over recent years for religious and faith-based organisations to become partners to government looks set to continue. What will it mean to be caught up in the currents of the mainstream? Is this a bright new opportunity, or could religion gain a new place in the world at the expense of its soul?

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    Faith and Policy - Session 6, Friend or Foe?

    01 July 10

    Since the Reformation the Church of England as the Established Church has enjoyed a special relationship with governments. In recent times it has asserted greater independence as critic of the state, along with other religious voices. Can religion be both partner and critic of the state?

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    Faith and Policy Conference Report and Programme

    01 July 10

    Download the report and programme for our Faith and Policy conference co-organised with Goldsmiths' Faiths and Civil Society Unit at the British Library on 1st July 2010 from here.

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    Working with Muslim children and their families- A free practitioner seminar

    24 June 10

    This free half -day seminar is hosted by the Phase 1 Large Grant led by Dr Jonathan Scourfield at Cardiff and designed to increase the knowledge base of education, health and social care staff in relation to working with Muslim children and their families.

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    Family Fun Day

    20 June 10

    The Phase 1 Large Grant led by Dr Jonathan Scourfield at Cardiff University investigating Muslim families is drawing to a close and to celebrate the team is hosting a day for local Muslim families in Cardiff on Sunday 20th June. There will be bouncy castles and face painting, amongst many other things, and the chance to learn more about the project.

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