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Former WCC General Secretary, Konrad Raiser, has discussed his new book Religion, Power, Politics at its tenth Assembly
Gulan are organising an event at the Royal Geographical Society (Thursday 31 October) that sheds light on the culture, history and day-to-day life of an overlooked minority, Christians in Kurdistan.
Over 200 international theology students of varied Christian traditions are participating in the Global Ecumenical Theological Institute.
Show Racism the Red Card and Unionlearn have signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing both parties to working together to combat racism through education.
People in the justice system with learning difficulties do not get equal access to the law or support through accessible information, says the Prison Reform Trust.
The Accord Coalition has welcomed the call by the Church of Scotland for Religious Observance in Scottish schools to be reformed.
In a collection of essays, former students of the Ecumenical Institute in Bossey share how their years at the Institute created some of their fondest memories.
Marking International Day of the Girl Child, United Nations officials have highlighted the power of innovation to get more girls in classrooms.
Scottish Greens say the latest legal obstacles facing the fan buyout of Dunfermline Athletic show that a new deal for Scottish football fans is needed.
This blog post started as a report on the campaign to save Newport’s Chartist mural. But before I finished writing, Newport Council moved in and started destroying this remarkable piece of public art.