Each month, Chris Sugden, Secretary of OCRPL, shares his thoughts on a plethora of issues pertinent to the role of religion in economics, policy and the media. His monthly blog can be found here.
CHARITIES from both religions promise to mutually counsel and integrate newly-arrived Syrians fleeing conflict. They pledge support for government and local authority programmes. At a Central London meeting on September 16, representatives of Muslim Aid and Barnabas Fund prepared a joint statement of cooperation on addressing the crisis of the Syrian refugees. Joint Statement: Muslim … Continue reading CHRISTIAN AND MUSLIM RELIEF AGENCIES JOIN FORCES FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES
In July and August, OCRPL partnered with the ONE campaign to host meetings in Bangalore and New Delhi bringing together religious leaders to help promote the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The purpose of these meetings was to discuss how religious organizations into conversation about how they can promote these goals as well as encourage their communities … Continue reading UN Sustainable Goals: Prayer for Everyone
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Here are a collection of thought provoking articles from around the world on a wide range of topics including politics, religious freedom and secularism. These include:- Nepal’s Ongoing Challenges by Rev. Dr. Bal Krishna Sharma On the Anglican Mainstream Website Media Trial: How a Reporter Went to Cover a Story on a Beef Protest and … Continue reading OCTOBER EDITION
Each month our experts compile a list of must read articles for you. These will be updated frequently. Please visit often to view our recommendations on topics of religion and Public Life. For September, the following articles were selected:- Why Read Christopher Lasch by Matthew Harwood in the American Conservative The Power of Social Media: … Continue reading SEPTEMBER EDITION