By Basit Mahmood By How did Muslims become Britain’s most misunderstood minority? What is it really like to live as a Muslim in the West? These are just some of the pressing questions that led Tawseef Khan to write his book: The Muslim Problem, Why We’re Wrong About Islam and Why It Matters. Tawseef is a […]
Our festival was organised in partnership with the JW3 Centre in North London and was accessible online. The keynote speaker was Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, reviewing the last extraordinary year. Panel discussions included “What is British and French Islam” and “Who are the evangelicals?”.
Druidry is a contemporary movement which takes inspiration from the beliefs and practices of the religious leaders in Iron Age European society, known as druids. Modern druidry began in the 18th century during a revival of interest in ancient druids, of which almost nothing is actually known with any historical certainty
Interview and Q&A with Sr Nathalie Becquart, speaking to Rosie Dawson, Christopher Lamb and Sr Gemma Simmonds SJ