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Morning seminar: Methodologies of Interfaith

10th May @ 10:00

Weston Room, Woolf Institute


Julian Hargreaves (Woolf Institute)

Daniel Staetsky (Institute for Jewish Policy Research)

Katherine O’Lone (Woolf Institute)

In the aftermath of 9/11, governments increasingly turned their attention to the importance of interfaith dialogue in seeking solutions to conflict and facilitating pathways to social cohesion. Yet there has been little robust or systematic attempt to evaluate its effectiveness. Given the prominence that interfaith dialogue now has in international conflict resolution attempts, this is problematic. Therefore, the onus on researchers and policy makers is to find out what works. The Woolf Institute’s project ‘Measures of Success: Evaluating the Impact of Interfaith Dialogue’ attempts to address this and in this seminar Dr Katherine O’Lone (Researcher and Public Education Officer) will present a paper that details the aims of this new project.

In addition, Dr Julian Hargreaves (Research Fellow, Woolf Institute) and Dr Daniel Staetsky (Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Jewish Policy Research) will present a joint paper that details their research comparing Antisemitism and Islamophobia using recent survey data.

All are welcome.

For further information please contact Katherine O’Lone.

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