Ethical approaches to immigration policy for a post–Brexit Britain, from a Christian perspective. (2018)
Hannah Rich will speak at East Anglia university on ‘Kindness in the community’.
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‘When it was launched in 2010, the Conservative government’s Big Society promised to give communities more powers, support charities and social enterprises, and encourage volunteerism. Within the year, however, the government was accused of using the policy to ‘dignify its cuts agenda’. At this roundtable discussion, Tom Gaskin from The Missing Kind, Hannah Rich from Theos Think Tank and Belfast peace activist Sandra Rutherford will discuss the difference that people can make in improving their own communities.’
Free to attend, no booking required. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01603 592130.
This lecture will be recorded and live streamed from 6.30pm on Wednesday 16 May at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/events/whats-on/event-live-streams
Hannah joined Theos in 2017. She is a Researcher exploring the relationship between church growth, social action and discipleship, together with Church Urban Fund. She has previously worked for a social innovation think tank and a learning disability charity. @hannahmerich
Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, East Anglia University
Norwich NR4 7TJ
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