‘Reclaiming the Public Space: Archbishop William Temple 70th Anniversary Conference’

10 Nov 2014 (All day)

‘Reclaiming the Public Space’ will examine the role of Christianity, and other faiths, in developing a just society.

Exploring the role of religion in contemporary public life, as well as looking at the legacy of William Temple’s visionary thinking, the conference aims to bring together academics, clergy, community activists, and policy makers to learn from one another. 


A diverse range of excellent speakers includes Prof Craig Calhoun (LSE), Lord Raymond Plant (KCL), Prof Linda Woohead (Lancaster) and Prof Elaine Graham (Chester) alongside practitioners such as Chris Mould (Trussell Trust) and Economist journalist Bruce Clark.

Tickets are £35 with a limited number of student tickets available for just £10.

Full programme of events can be found here.

People's History Museum
organised by: 
William Temple Foundation