AFLSE Washington, DC: Engaging with Religion to Meet Modern Challenges
What if we moved beyond the old debates as to whether religion is growing or declining in global influence or whether religion is a net positive or negative global force? What if, instead, we focused on better understanding emerging modes of cross-religious engagement that are opening new avenues for culturally embedded responses to conflict and crisis?
Join us at this in-person event where alumni will have an opportunity to hear from LSE Faith Centre Director Professor James Walters as he provides an overview of developments at the LSE Faith Centre and its affiliated research unit LSE RGS.
As well as a mini-lecture exploring Global Religious Pluralities, attendees will hear about the mission and vision of the LSE Faith Centre, and have a chance to hear from Washington D.C. based alumni who have participated in Faith Centre extracurricular leadership programmes.
Thursday, November 17, 2022
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Program: 6:30-7:30 pm
Light refreshments will be provided
NoMa Neighborhood, Washington, DC
Address to be provided upon registration
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6:00PM - 8:00PM Thu 17 Nov 2022, Eastern timezone
NoMa Neighborhood (Address to be provided upon registration)
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