sReligion, Peace and Humanitarianism: fresh perspectives
Part of the King’s College London Ideas Summit
27 September 2017, 4.30-5.30 PM
Are you a practitioner working in the field of religion, peacebuilding and humanitarianism and interested in how academic researchers can help you with your work? Are you a researcher in this area looking to join a new network for researchers and practitioners based at King’s? You are warmly invited to the King’s College London Ideas Summit to attend an innovative networking event for members of civil society and academics. We are eager to develop new ideas together for projects touching on wider issues of religion, peacebuilding, and humanitarianism and to tell you about the work we are doing at King’s in this area, including a new project we are developing on the response of faith-based actors to the Syrian refugee crisis. Places are limited for the Ideas Summit so please RSVP to laura[at]64millionartists.com for more details and to request a place.
Over the last 6 months the Leading Researchers – a Collaborative Leadership Programme in Innovation has brought together 18 senior researchers, of which I am one, from across all faculties at King’s College London to identify new collaborations and develop innovative ideas.