A space where our researchers and supporters share their thoughts over what faith means to them in their daily lives, and how it supports and motivates them in facing life’s challenges.
Britain’s Muslim population remains a largely misunderstood one – with the incredibly diverse nature of it being largely overlooked.
Having a faith encourages me to resist the often far too prevalent narratives about hate and take a more generous and positive view of our society.
Whether it is at home, during work, among friends, or in our local community, a strong sense of belonging can make a truly positive difference in one’s well-being and feeling of rootedness. No man is an island; organic sources of support can shield us from the inherently volatile and unpredictable nature of the modern competitive world.
My faith is Hinduism. It’s what I grew up with and it’s a core part of my being, culture, and heritage.
The UK’s internationalised market economy can be a brutally competitive one.
How I returned to the Church after years as an atheist.
The role that faith plays in caring for our planet is often lost in the climate conversation.
The impact of religion, faith and spirituality in British life is the subject of much contestation.