Towards a Pedagogy of Interfaith Encounter and Dialogue: Some thoughts about ways of learning in Leeds

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On Monday 1st February, as part of the ‘History of Dialogue and Community Cohesion in Leeds’ seminar series, Dialogue Society North and the Institute for Spirituality, Religion and Public Life at Leeds Metropolitan University hosted Revd. David Randolph-Horn who gave a seminar titled ‘Towards a Pedagogy of Interfaith Encounter and Dialogue: Some thoughts about ways of learning in Leeds’.

The seminar covered topics such as interfaith dialogue, faith and spirituality in the workplace, trustworthiness and ethics. In the Q & A session the participants explored issues such as critical dialogue and personal integrity.

About “History of Dialogue and Community Cohesion in Leeds”

Dialogue Society North, in association with the Institute of Spirituality, Religion and Public Life in Leeds Metropolitan University is running a series of seminar called ‘History of Dialogue and Community Cohesion in Leeds’. In this seminar series, representatives from different faith, interfaith or nonfaith communities in Leeds present their perspective of dialogue and community cohesion illustrating with a synopsis of their activities.