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On 21st March 2018, Ben Ryan spoke in Sheffield, offering a Christian perspective on immigration post–Brexit.
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Theos’ Ben Ryan spoke on the 21st March 2018, offering a Christian perspective on immigration policy post–Brexit.
All Saints Church
Ben Ryan is Head of Research at Theos. He is the editor of Fortress Britain? Ethical Approaches to Immigration Policy for a Post–Brexit Britain (JKP 2018) and the author of Theos reports on chaplaincy, the EU, the Catholic charity sector, mental health and ecumenism. He holds degrees in European politics from the LSE and in Theology and Religious Studies from Cambridge. Outside of Theos he is a trustee of CSAN (Caritas Social Action Network).
All Saints Church
Sheffield S11 7PP
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