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In July 2015, Ekklesia and the Centre for Welfare Reform published an open letter to Iain Duncan Smith from Catholics asking him to abandon his welfare r
Our bulletins service will resume shortly, after a period of adjustment following staff changes and additional pressure on resources.
At 6.45pm on Thursday 6 October former Guantanamo Bay prisoner, Moazzam Begg, and Chris Cole, Director of Drone Wars UK, join conversation with Pat Gaffney, co-ordinator of Pax Christi U
Virginia Moffatt, who has been Ekklesia’s Chief Operating Officer for the past two years, is leaving the organisation this week to take up an important NHS post in Oxford, where she lives.
Greenbelt 2016 got off to a great start this year, when my son, Jonathan, and I arrived at the bookshop to be greeted by the sight of Ekklesia books in the recommended section.
Ekklesia founder Jonathan Bartley is standing down as co-director of the organization after 14 years. Simon Barrow, who has been Ekklesia’s co-director since 2005, is continuing as the sole director of the politics and beliefs think tank.
This time last year, I stayed up all night with Ekklesia staff and associates as we live blogged the General Election results.
This month Ekklesia has chosen to publish Foxes Have Holes: Christian reflections on Britain's housing need as part of its ongoing r
Last night (14 April 2016) Ekklesia was proud to launch our second book Foxes Have Holes: Christian reflections on Britain’s housing need at Manchester Cathedral in partnership with Housing Justice.
Last week we said farewell to our administrator, Henrietta Cullinan, who leaves us to return to teaching.
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