Multifaith logos with a difference
I like these – especially the inclusion of a question mark! The row of accepted religious symbols is de rigeur … Continue reading
(Why) should atheists engage with religious people?
I responded to a blog post this week & I’d be interested in your comments. Should inter faith and multifaith activities involve people who do not identify themselves as religious? … Continue reading
Occupy London Stock Exchange
The Occupy LSX camp held an open multifaith event outside St Paul’s Cathedral on Saturday – Sermon on the Steps. How could I resist? I live tweeted until I got … Continue reading
European network of intercultural groups?
Just back in London from an *intensive* day in Brussels with a bunch of remarkable people. Four of us from the UK met up with eight more from a variety … Continue reading
We were out in the beautiful autumn sunlight this afternoon at Battersea Park. One of us went down to the riverbank – it was low tide – and looked for … Continue reading
Eddie Izzard & savoire faire on European networking
I’m for the Eddie Izzard approach to speaking new languages – just get on and do it. In public. Trouble is, many of us educated in the “Don’t open your … Continue reading
Wow! Work has exploded this week. Everyone in London seems to be back at their desks, full of zest and ideas from their summer break – and writing me emails. … Continue reading
Who are you?
No, not genealogy – spare me – but identity. Gary Younge was on BBC2’s The Review Show (the arts show that hasn’t quite found its feet since it stopped being … Continue reading
Peace Mala wristbands with their rainbow colours are a brilliant way to show that people from different religions (and none) can work together without losing their distinct identities. I’ve ordered … Continue reading
Edinburgh to London
Last stop on my meander from Edinburgh to London: the beautiful Multi-Faith Centre at the University of Derby. A place for students of any/no faith tradition to use – quiet … Continue reading