Young laureates from this year’s 21 For 21 Programme share an honest discussion about the joys and challenges of interfaith work.
With Georgia May (Programme Director at Rose Castle Foundation), Arzoo Ahmed (Physics and Medieval Arabic Thought graduate from Oxford and currently completing a philosophy masters in the ethics of science and technology at King’s College London), Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers (Community Educator for Reform Judaism) And special guests Katharine Crew (university interfaith practitioner), Rev Heston Groenewald (from multi-faith west Leeds where he spends almost as much time in mosques as in churches) and Ruth Edmonds (a first year ordinand at the Queens’ foundation and previously involved in an interfaith IFTAR with liberal Muslim group City Circle).
Chaired by Bilal Hasan (creative director of British Muslim TV).
In assoc. with Coexist House