This one-day symposium brings together leading scholars in the field who will share their experiences of researching different faith groups and communities. Through the lens of gender and migration, this event provides the opportunity to analyse comparisons and contrasts across these diverse communities - including Jewish, Muslim, Jainist, Hindu and Christian.
Location: Social policy research centre, Hendon campus
Further information: The symposium is free to attend but places must be booked by October 14. To book your place and see the programme, please visit the event blog.
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