How Should Faith Communities Respond to Violence? – 25 November 2015

How Should Faith Communities Respond to Violence?

The Woolf Institute is holding an open seminar with Lord Rowan Williams, Dr Atif Imtiaz and Dr Ed Kessler on how faith communities should respond to violence.

There are significant concerns among all faith communities and the Cambridge Theological Federation, Cambridge Muslim College and the Woolf Institute are delighted to facilitate a much needed discussion.

The session will be chaired by Sughra Ahmed, Programmes Manager at the Woolf Institute and Rev Neil Thorogood, Principal of Westminster College will open the event.

The talk is open to all and will be held on

Wednesday 25 November 2015

1pm – 2pm

Healey Room, Westminster College

For further information contact:

Claire Curran,