The Brexit Panel Discussion Series - 2: The Brexit and Its Effect on Religion and Belief in Equalities and Interfaith Relations

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 18:30 in Forthcoming
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Venue: Dialogue Society Brighton Branch, 201a Church Road, BN3 2AH (Entrance is from Sackville Road)
Date: Tuesday, 17th October 2017
Time: 18:30-20:00

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Please RSVP by October the 16th, 5pm.

Speakers

  • Bishop Of Lewes The Right Reverend Richard Jackson DipHE MSc MA

Abstract

The result of the June 2017 Referendum on the UK’s continued membership of the European Union reflected a much divided public opinion. Whatever positions were taken on the Referendum question, it is clear that the triggering of the Article 50 process towards a withdrawal from membership of the European Union at least potentially represents one of the most momentous combinations of social, political, economic and cultural changes to impact on the corporate planning assumptions that had been in place for government, business, society, as well as for many individuals and families, over a period of around two generations.

Dialogue Society has a great pleasure to host Bishop of Lewes Right Reverend Mr Richard Jackson in the 2nd session of this panel series. Mr Jackson will talk about the Brexit and its effect on religion and belief in equalities and interfaith relations in a post-Brexit era. If you have any say, please join our discussion and let your voice be heard.

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