Religion and the Civic Good in Leeds

All are welcome for a lively public discussion in Leeds city centre on ‘Religion and the Civic Good’.  This event is being planned by Dr Daniel Nilsson De Hanas, Dr Robin-Griffith Jones and Professor Maleiha Malik (Kings College London), as part of a broader project supported by Kings College London.  
The aim of this project is to investigate how religious traditions and other moral sources can motivate participation for the Civic Good in a post-Brexit Britain.

Event Details: 

5:30-7:30pm, on Tuesday 11 July


Location (in the city centre):

Anglican Diocese of Leeds

Church House 

17-19 York Place 

Leeds LS1 2EX


Speakers include:

* Nick Baines, Bishop of Leeds


* Qari Asim, Imam of Leeds Makkah Mosque


* Mark Hill QC (moderator), leading UK expert on religion and law


The event is an interactive consultation for our research and is open to all. 

Please email Daniel (daniel.dehanas@kcl.ac.uk) to secure your place at the event, or to ask any questions.
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