Integration, Assimilation and Fundamental British Values

By Sean Oliver-Dee 30 May 2018

In the past 40 years, we've dealt with questions of identity, citizenship and ‘Britishness’, in a way that highlights the systemic difficulties encountered when trying to create a sense of common identity.

Sean Oliver Dee proposes a new approach to the issue with ‘Invested Citizenship’, a form of citizenship in which, Christians can (and should) play an active part.

This talk is based on Sean Oliver Dee's Cambridge Paper, available to read here.

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Reducing Disaster Risk: creation care and neighbour love

Amy Donovan uses current research in disaster studies to argue that, for Christians, caring for the environment is a form of the Christian concept of 'neighbour love', which is about knowing that our neighbour is anyone we are aware of, understanding what they are going through and helping to bear their burden. 

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