Curriculum for Cohesion is a research programme based at SOAS, University of London. We believe that well-researched ideas can develop minds to heal a fractured world. We are producing a systematic philosophy of contemporary religion with its educational theory and applying it to address the educational needs of researchers, the judiciary, the media, the prison service and schools.
Chair 2011-2014, Religious Education of England & Wales
The Woolf Institute is dedicated to studying relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims throughout the ages
Published by The Journal of Critical Realism 4 August 2015
CfC presentation to student-practitioners on the Mst in Applied Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge