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The Telegraph reports on comments made by EHRC Chair David Isaac in a keynote speech at Theos’ ‘Faith and Belief on Campus’ event. 04/07/2019
The Telegraph picks up on comments made by David Isaac, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, at a Theos event.
David Isaac made the remarks as he delivered the keynote lecture at Theos’ ‘Faith and Belief on Campus’ conference. The event marked the launch of Theos’ research report, ‘Faith and Belief on Campus: Division and Cohesion’, a partnership with Coventry University.
Read The Telegraph article here.
Simon joined Theos in 2014. He is a researcher and tutor at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), where he leads campus–based and distance–learning courses exploring Muslim communities in Britain and in other minority settings.
Posted 4 July 2019
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