Religious Identity in 'Superdiverse' Societies
Britain is now one of the most diverse societies in the world, not just in terms of ethnicity, but the many different types of ‘Briton’, and their varied status and identities. What does this mean for policy and practice, where does religion come in, and what do other superdiverse societies have to tell us? Professor Knott and Professor O'Toole's papers for the debate are available to download at http://www.religionandsociety.org.uk/faith_debates/identity, as is Linda Woodhead's introduction.
Date: Wednesday 08 February 2012
Venue: RUSI, 61 Whitehall, London SW1A 2ET
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This event is part of a series called Faith Debates: Debating the latest research on religion in public life, organised by Linda Woodhead, Charles Clarke and Rebecca Catto: http://www.religionandsociety.org.uk/faith_debates.
Funded by the AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Programme in partnership with Theos.