As our mission is to create a more tolerant society, we invest great effort and resources into public education and outreach. Our research projects are conducted with outreach in mind, which means our researchers are also working with local communities, schools and organisations to disseminate their research findings.
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Gender and Religion Today: School Resources
Findings from the project Religious Sisterhood: Encounters of Gender, Religion and Belonging Today have informed the development of a new Woolf Institute online course Gender and Religion Today and related age-appropriate materials for teachers searching for new, accessible materials to support classroom teaching across UK national curriculum.
Living in Harmony School Workshops
A continuation of the original Living in Harmony research project, the project focuses on conducting workshops in schools across Britain to enhance a sense of commonality among faith and non-faith communities living in Britain today.
Publication: RE-Framing Education about Beliefs and Practices in Schools
The Woolf Institute's transatlantic project, Teaching Our Own and Other Faiths in schools: International Issues in Religious Education, was organised in conjunction with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education.