Welcome to the Woolf Institute blog!
The Woolf Institute is a global leader in the academic study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims. Established in Cambridge (UK) in 1998, we have close links to the city’s famous University and engage in research, teaching and public education programmes. The aim of our work is to connect the multidisciplinary study of relations with broader practical and theoretical questions, including the importance of trust in everyday life, the role of religion in international diplomacy, and improving end of life care in local hospices. We strive, in our research and outreach, to demonstrate how greater understanding of commonality and difference can inform and enhance the wider public good.
We hope this blog will provide an insight into our work and offer intriguing and innovative reflections from the research and work of the Institute.
We love to host guest blogs. If you have a passion for interfaith and have got something to share please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org. Posts are usually around 500-700 words long and can explore any aspect of interreligious dialogue and encounter.
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