Young People and Religion Day 18 05 11

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Young People and Religion Day 18 05 11

  1. 1. Young People and Religion Findings from the latest research and its practical implications Sponsored by the AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Programme 18th May 2011 King’s College London, Lecture Room B5, Franklin-Wilkins Building, Stamford Street, SE1 9NH Draft Programme9.30 Registration10.00 Introduction: Alister McGrath (KCL), Peter Ward (KCL) and Linda Woodhead (Religion & Society Programme Director/Lancaster University)10.15 Religion and growing up in Britain 1 Mathew Guest and Sonya Sharma (Durham University) – Religion and University Students Giselle Vincett (Edinburgh University) – Spirituality and Social Deprivation Chair: Pete Ward11.15 COFFEE11.45 Young Religious Identities Jasjit Singh (Leeds University) – The Transmission of Sikhism to the Next Generation Bereket Loul (Leeds Metropolitan University) – Young Asylum Seekers’ Religious Identities Chair: Nick Shepherd (Centre for Youth Ministry)12.45 LUNCH1.45 Religion and growing up in Britain 2 Andrew Yip (Nottingham University) – Young Religious People and Sexuality Nicola Madge (Brunel) – Young People’s Perspectives on Religion Chair: Sarah Dunlop (KCL)2.45 COFFEE3.15 Christian youth now and then Naomi Stanton (Open University) – From Sunday Schools to Youth Work Peter Hopkins (Newcastle University) – Young Christian Volunteers in Latin America: What difference does the experience make? Chair: Alister McGrath (KCL)4.15 Alister McGrath and practitioner feedback and reflection5.00 ENDTHIS IS A FREE EVENT BUT DELEGATES MUST REGISTER BY 18th April 2011:http://www.religionandsociety.org.uk/events/programme_events/show/young_people_and_religion_dayOr email Peta Ainsworth: p.ainsworth@lancaster.ac.uk/telephone 01524 510826

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