Report on Same-Sex Marriage and Places of Worship in England and Wales

CRPL member Professor Robert Vanderbeck was involved in a research project on the solemnization of same-sex marriage in places of worship in England and Wales. The report with the research findings was recently released. The report highlights the disadvantage faced by same-sex couples seeking a religious marriage ceremony. It shows that same-sex couples are prohibited... Continue Reading →

Sikh Radicalisation in Britain

CRPL researcher Dr Jasjit Singh writes about the findings of his recently completed research project on Sikh radicalisation in Britain, the report of which was published last week. He found very little evidence of religious radicalisation but did find that Sikh activism in Britain actually contributes positively to integration and social cohesion. Sikh Radicalisation in... Continue Reading →

Clamour: Pentecostal Contestations over Women in Ministry

Jamys Carter - a PhD student associated with the Centre for Religion and Public Life -  writes about the picture he submitted to the University of Leeds' "Postgraduate Research Image of the Year" competition, which captures his research about the question of women in ministry in a British Pentecostal church. By Jamys Carter Sometimes people... Continue Reading →

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