Queen Elizabeth II has been assiduous in maintaining the tradition of distributing gifts on Maundy Thursday, a ritual symbolising her belief that monarchy is about service.
Join us at our 2022 Religion Media Festival as we discuss the most important and challenging subjects facing religion in the media today, with a stellar line up of speakers.
Key religious leaders came together at the Tower of London to celebrate Ramadan for the first time in its 900-year history.
The government’s decision to ban conversion therapy for all except transgender people has dismayed campaigners on all sides of the Christian divide
Theologians sign declaration against use of Christianity in populism and totalitarianism; Archbishop urges more pressure for a ceasefire in Ukraine; Hardship fund for British Muslims sees 90 per cent rise in applications; Book “What Does a Jew Look Like” challenges media representation
The National Zakat Foundation is urging Muslims to give their zakat – an obligatory religious levy – to address unprecedented levels of hardship among UK Muslims.
Keith Kahn Harris challenges media representation of Jewish people with a book showing that Jews do not all look the same or think the same and are very different from each other.