Derby British Science Association

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Social Policy and Religion

Social Policy and Religion

Wed 20 May
Dr Graham Bowpitt
Religion works within the context of a wider society. But how has religion shaped social policy historically, and how should these two domains talk to each other in future? Dr Graham Bowpitt works in the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University and he has explored these questions, among others.
This event will explore the sensitive relationship between Church and State at the practical, policy level.

Multi-Faith Centre
The University of Derby
Kedleston Road
Derby
DE22 1GB

Contact
For queries please contact Dr Ian Turner, Derbyshire Branch Chair, i.turner@derby.ac.uk

Start with coffee at 18:30 and talk will begin at 19:00.
There will be a buffet supper during the event, which will finish around 21:00. All events will include a short presentation by the speaker and a round-table discussion in which members of the audience are encouraged to have their say.

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About Wyken Seagrave

Author of books and websites about the history of the universe including the history of the universe, Time Crystal and many other sites, as listed on his blog.

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