Faith-based Organising – Doing Justice & Loving Mercy

In recent decades faith has made a dramatic return to civil society politics. One of the most significant expressions of this is found in faith-based community organising.

Yesterday I spoke about the relationship between faith and politics in the superdiverse city at the British Quaker Social Justice Conference in Birmingham. In particular I thought about faith-based community organising as a powerful model of civil society politics. If you would like to look at my presentation you can find it by clicking here…..

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