A list of print media articles featuring award holders. Some may be downloaded directly or accessed from the Web.
Rise in UK multifaith prayer rooms, a Liverpool study revealsBBC News
News story about the Religion and Society-funded Multi-faith Spaces project posted on the BBC News Liverpool website 27 March 2012.
Sex and religion: What do young people think?This is Nottingham
Write up about the results of a large research project about religion, youth and sexuality led by Dr Andrew Yip at Nottingham University and funded by the Religion and Society Programme 3 March 2011. Listen to researchers Michael Keenan and Sarah Page discuss the research here and read the project's report here.
Muslims pass on faith at higher rates than Christians says Cardiff University studyBBC News Wales
Coverage of Religion and Society-funded project Religious nurture in Muslim families 14 Feb 2012.
Religious courts provide a useful service for those whose faith they represent but they are in no way replacing civil law in the area of marriage and divorceLSE British Politics and Policy Blog
Author: Gillian Douglas and Russell Sandberg
The PI and research on Religion and Society-funded project Social Cohesion and Civil Law: The Family and Religious Courts wrote this blog about their findings posted on the LSE website 16th August 2011.
Vogue does strictly Orthodox fashionThe Jewish Chronicle
Author: Jessica Elgot
This piece following on from Religion and Society funded project Modest Dressing: faith-based fashion and internet retail led by Profesor Reina Lewis at the London College of Fashion's dissemination event on 15 June appeared on 23 June 2011.
Faith-based fashion takes off onlineThe Guardian
Author: Bim Adewunmi
This piece about Religion and Society funded project Modest Dressing: faith-based fashion and internet retail led by Profesor Reina Lewis at the London College of Fashion appeared in The Guardian following the project's media dissemination event on 17th June 2011.