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    Getting Published, Funded and Employed: A Workshop for Early Career Researchers

    31 August 11

    The Programme is running this free, one-day workshop on 16 December 2011 in London.

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    Multi-faith Spaces Conference - expressions of interest request

    30 August 11

    The Religion and Society funded project Multi-Faith Spaces: Symptoms & Agents of Religious and Social Change is organising this conference 21st - 22nd March 2012, University of Manchester, and asking for expressions of interest.

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    FaithxChange 5

    23 August 11

    Adam Dinham and Martha Shaw (Goldsmiths) are seeking contributions to the round-up event for their Religion and Society funded network FaithxChange on 27th September 2011 in London.

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    The Future of Muslim Chaplaincy in Britain

    17 August 11

    Chaplains, policy-makers, academic researchers, and public-sector managers are warmly invited to hear and discuss the findings from a new, major, Religion and Society-funded project at a free, one-day conference at Cardiff University on 22nd September 2011.

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    Award holder publishes report on religion and belief in higher education

    11 August 11

    Professor Paul Weller, Principal Investigator on Religion and Society funded project Religion and Belief, Discrimination and Equality in England and Wales, led a team investigating religion and belief at university for the Equality Challenge Unit and the project report has been released.

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    Religion in Education Event Success

    09 August 11

    25-26th July 2011 Warwick hosted a conference on 'Religion in Education' showcasing findings from research funded by the Religion and Society Programme. It was attended by over 100 delegates including participants from continental Europe as well as the UK.

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    Religious Courts Report Released

    12 July 11

    This report presents the findings from Religion and Society funded project ‘Social Cohesion and Civil Law: Marriage, Divorce and Religious Courts’ led by Professor Gillian Douglas at Cardiff University. It finds a Catholic, Jewish and Muslim court's authority deriving from religion rather than the state.

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    Faith, Young People & Higher Education One Day Event

    05 July 11

    The Religion and Society funded research network FaithXChange is holding its final meeting on 20th July 2011 at Goldsmiths, University of London.

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