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Religious Literacy Leadership Project
The Religious Literacy Leadership Programme is funded by the Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE) and is a partnership between the Faiths & Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London and the Cambridge Interfaith Programme at Cambridge University. In addition to managing the range of events and resources that the programme hosts I also undertake new research, currently focusing on a HEFCE funded case-study investigating the role of religion within Goldsmiths.

The Programme assists Higher Education leaders in developing outlooks and strategies that engage positively with faith, promoting universities as places that can lead and shape informed responses to faith in wider society. We run two large religious literacy workshops every year as well as a number of smaller events on demand. We also host a number of resources on our website, based on primary research. In January 2012 we re-vamped the website, to now include a blog pulling together news, comment and resources from a variety of resources, all targeted for those interested in religious literacy.

For further information, please visit our website or email me (m.francis@(removetheobfuscation)gold.ac.uk.


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