Ben Ryan analyses the scope and importance of chaplaincy in the UK today
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Theos in the Media
Theos team members appear and our research is quoted regularly in mainstream media across broadcast, print and digital. This page includes the highlights.
Theos' research mentioned in this call for a renewed understanding of spirituality in our politics and market society - Prospect Magazine
Theos' new report on the impact of chaplaincy in the UK is discussed in The Church of England Newspaper
Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield discusses the appeal of Game of Thrones on Thought for the Day - BBC Radio 4
Theos' new report on the legal aid cuts was debated in the House of Lords on the 18th March
Theos' Ben Ryan talks about the findings of 'A Very Modern Ministry' - BBC
Theos' Ben Ryan talks about 'A Very Modern Ministry' - BBC
Ben Ryan, author of Theos' new report on chaplaincy, calls for the ministry to take centre stage - Church Times
Theos' new research on chaplaincy, 'A Very Modern Ministry', is discussed in the Church Times
Andrew Caplen, co-author of Theos' report 'Speaking Up', discusses the research on the impact of the legal aid cuts - Tablet
Theos chair Tim Cross discusses how far governments go when balancing individual rights and safeguarding the nation - Index on Censorship
Ben Ryan blogs in the Huffington Post on new Theos Chaplaincy report
Theos' new report on the future of chaplaincy in the UK is discussed by theatre chaplain Lindsay Meader - BBC Radio London
The new Theos report 'Speaking Up' is scrutinised in Radio 4's Sunday program - BBC
Andrew Caplen, President of the Law Society, is quoted discussing Theos' new report on legal aid cuts - Christian Today
Theos receives an award from the Plater Trust for our research on Catholic charities and their links to Catholic Social Teaching - ICN