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A panel discussion and question time on social issues form a variety of faith perspectives.
People across Great Britain are to join a 1,000-mile protest march over climate change. The "Cut the Carbon" march organised by Christian Aid is the longest protest march in UK history.
The London Wing of the Global Day of Prayer in conjuntion with Pentecost. An Ecumenical Event
West Ham F.C, Boleyn Ground, Green St, London, E13 9AZ
Tel: 0870 1122700
Churches across the world are gearing up for 'Pluralism Sunday'. On May 27, 2007, Christians will dedicate their worship to a celebration of religious diversity.
A workshop on faith schools, based on the Association of Teachers and Lecturers’ recent policy work. This is for members who wish to learn more about ATL’s position and some of the key issues.
The 30th Thomas Corbishley Memorial Lecture
Vigil to commemorate the release of Norman Kember and the other hostages in Iraq (26 November 2005 - 23 March 2006), to commemorate the death of Tom Fox and to remember the on-going suffering of peopl
Thousands of Christians from across the US will gather on Friday in Washington DC to mark the fourth anniversary of the Iraq War.
Faith communities and the state: how the government is getting it wrong.
14 March 2007, Committee Room 4, House of Commons
The Independent Asylum Commission's second public hearing to collect evidence for its citizens’ enquiry into the UK’s asylum system.
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