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    Question Time Video now on YouTube

    16 January 12

    Highlights now live from the recent 'Question Time' event at Lancaster University debating politics and religion.

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    Sacred Practices Call for Papers

    12 January 12

    The call for papers for Religion and Society's final year major conference 'Sacred Practices of Everyday Life' in Edinburgh in May has just been released.

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    The Impact of AHRC Research

    09 January 12

    Two projects supported by the Religion and Society Programme are referenced in a new report about the impact of the Arts and Humanities Research Council's funded research.

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    Speaker discusses Muslim youth on Press TV

    09 January 12

    Tafazal Mohammad (speaker at Religion and Society event 'Young, British and Muslim') in discussion with Tariq Ramadan. 

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    Registration open for MFS conference Manchester

    15 December 11

    Register now for the free two-day conference Multi-Faith Spaces: Symptoms & Agents of Religious & Social Change at the University of Manchester, March 2012.

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    New Radicalisation in Scandinavia Essay

    23 November 11

    Scholar Mark Sedgwick has just written a short essay on 'Policies and research on radicalisation in Scandinavia' for radicalisationresearch.org.

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    AHRC and BBC Radio 3 Launch New Generation Thinkers 2012

    15 November 11

    The Arts and Humanities Research Council and BBC Radio 3 have just launched 'New Generation Thinkers 2012', a second opportunity for arts and humanities researchers based at UK universities to get their research ideas ‘on air’.

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    Colloquium at UN, New York

    10 November 11

    On 17th November 2011 the Religion and Society-funded project Religious Non-Governmental Organizations and the United Nations in New York and Geneva is organising this event at the UN, New York.

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