Everything begins with understanding the experience of faith and belief based students on campus.
We listen to students and collect data that ultimately determines the programmes that we run. Understanding the day-to-day experience of a faith and belief based student can vary depending on the individual and university campus, therefore, it is essential that everyone's voice is heard.
We will soon be announcing data collection initiatives that promote the sharing of experience and ultimately lead to the creation of effective and inclusive multifaith programmes. Follow us on social media to keep up-to-date and take part in our incoming survey.
WE LISTEN TO OUR NETWORK
COLLABORATING WITH ACADEMICS
We run webinars and events that explore the work of leading academics. Our academics analyse the intersectionality between faith and social action often engaging with themes such as climate change, feminism, mental health and how they relate to faith.
Every year beginning in 2023, we will be running our 'Faith.Justice.Social' conference that will include a range of academics and practitioners exploring faith in the context of a range of issues. We are always looking for partners to join us for the conference.