RELIGION AND BELIEF LITERACY PARTNERSHIP
Realising the Power of Diversity
The Religion and Belief Literacy Partnership offers a range of consulting services and training packages to enable organisations to better accommodate religion and belief in the work place through understanding and respect. Working closely with our clients, we devise bespoke programmes aimed at supporting managers, enhancing staff cohesion and performance as well as relations with clients and stakeholders. Contact us to learn more.
At Religion and Belief Literacy Partnership, we have an exceptional team of consultants with expertise in all aspects of the challenges and benefits of accommodating religion well in the work place. We’re committed to replacing attitudes of confusion, anxiety and indifference with confidence, openness and understanding. Our training is engaging, accessible and practical.
PROFESSOR MARK HAMMOND
Mark is a visiting professor in public policy at Canterbury Christ Church University and a Visiting Fellow at Bath University. He is also a national board director at the CPS and Vice Chair of the West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group. Mark was Chief Executive of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
PROFESSOR ADAM DINHAM
Adam is Co-Head of Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies and Director, Faiths & Civil Society Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is also Professor of Religion and Belief Literacy at VID Specialised University Oslo Norway and Fellow of the Westminster Abbey Institute
Remona Aly is a journalist and broadcaster with a passion for faith, lifestyle and identity, which she writes about for The Guardian and speaks about on BBC Radio and various podcasts. She works closely with different faith communities and throughout all her work, she encourages recognition of the nuances around lived faith and belief experiences.
Michael Wakelin is Executive Chair of the Religion Media Centre, an Executive producer at TBI Media and a media and interfaith consultant. He was formerly Head of Religion and Ethics at the BBC
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