The Centre for Social Relations is pleased to announce an exciting new collaboration with the former Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies and the Centre for Trust and Ethical Behavior to form a new University Research Centre (URC), the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations.
Building on Coventry’s heritage in peace and reconciliation and the City’s focus on social cohesion, the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations brings together expertise from across the social sciences and humanities, using research to drive progressive change and strengthen human security and resilience around the world.
Over the coming months we’ll be transitioning our web presence to www.coventry.ac.uk/ctpsr as well as updating our social media platforms. You can visit the new site in development to keep up-to-date of the Centre’s activities. Read more
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On 22 – 22nd June 2014, Coventry University’s Centre for Trust, Peace & Social Relations organised a major national training conference based on the Amman Message, a global statement of moderate and tolerant Islam endorsed by over 500 key Islamic scholars. Supported by the European Commission and an in partnership with the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies in Jordan, the conference facilitated exchanges between British and Jordanian Imams as well as national and local opinion leaders from the media, politics and civil society. Read more
Centre for Trust Peace and Social Relation’s postdoctoral researcher Dr Carola Leicht has just published a new article: “Contesting Gender Stereotypes Stimulates Generalized Fairness in the Selection of Leaders” in “The Leadership Quarterly”, a high profile peer reviewed academic journal interested in current debates and recent developments within Leadership Research. Read more