Event Horizon brings an inter-faith panel together to consider what their faith reveals about the future, and how their different insights, traditions and disciplines point them towards the development of our common futures.
Clive Menzies is a former banker and set up the Critical Thinking organisation to explore non-mainstream ideas in an open-minded way, he is married to Maggie and would describe himself as agnostic.
Moeen Yaseen worked runs an independent Islamic think-tank Global Vision 2000 and is well connected within the Muslim intelligentsia. He is experienced working with inter-faith forums, UK politicians and pioneering conferences. Moeen has previously organised three interfaith eschatology events.
Rachel Searle is the director of the Big Blake project that advances the awareness of the work and significance of William Blake. She is an expert on Jerusalem and Christian perspectives on eschatology.
Simon Mouatt is an economics professor with an interest in innovative Christian thinking and a regular at Greenbelt for the last 18 years
(Leah Levane – co-coordinator of the Jewish Voice for Labour – was on the original lineup for this panel discussion, but she was disinvited prior to the festival so did not appear, here’s a full statement explaining why.)