The Centre for Social Relations
The Centre for Social Relations is a new inter-disciplinary applied research centre exploring the drivers for the most pressing problems for today's pluralist diverse societies through the lenses of ethnicity, belief, socio-economic factors, inter-generational or cross-community relations. The Centre’s work takes a local, regional, national and global approach with a research team including experts in participation and employment, skills development, participatory public engagement, community relations and tension monitoring, inter-cultural dialogue, sectarian conflict, and interfaith relations Read more
The Centre for Social Relations is the UK coordinator for the European Web Site on Integration which hosts a wide variety of good practice case studies, tools and useful information to make integration work.
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The Centre for Social Relations, together with the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies (RIIFS) in Jordan & the British Council, hosted a seminar on 10th April 2013 to discuss the Amman Message, a landmark statement that seeks to clarify the real essence of Islam in the world. Read more
The phrase “in place of fear” is synonymous with all that the welfare state stood for and what the Beveridge report of 1942, Education Act of 1944 and NHS Act of 1946 sought to achieve. It was also the title of Aneurin Bevan’s famous book, published ten years after the Beveridge report. Fear brings out the worse in people. Racism is far more easily provoked when people are living in fear... Read more