Prof Martin Daunton: Time Will Tell - Thinking About Intergenerational Justice
Jun
20
4:00pm 4:00pm

Prof Martin Daunton: Time Will Tell - Thinking About Intergenerational Justice

This is a public lecture by Prof Martin Daunton, Professor of Economic History at the University of Cambridge. Part of a series of engagements with Catholic Social Thought and Practice, organised by the Centre for Catholic Studies in the Department of Theology and Religion.

Contact ccs.admin@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.

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Launch
Jun
13
1:00pm 1:00pm

Launch

The Church and the Migration Crisis: UK Perspectives

The Centre for Catholic Social Thought and Practice is launching on the 13th June, 2016. This innovative new Centre links together the work of CAFOD, CSAN, Von Hügel Institute, Cambridge, Las Casas Institute, Oxford, and Durham University in the development and communication of Catholic Social Thought.

The launch will focus on the theme of “The Church and the Migration Crisis: UK Perspectives” and will be held at the CCLA headquarters in London from 1pm onwards. The day will consist of a series of workshops from 1-5.30pm on law, policy making and church accompaniment and organising. These will be led by Dr Sara Silverstri of City and Cambridge Universities, George Gabriel from Citizens UK, Dr Mark Provera from Jesuit Refugee Service, Brussels, and Dr Maria-Teresa Gil Bazo a leading academic refugee lawyer.

This will be followed by a reception and evening panel event to launch the Centre.  The panel will be introduced by Dr Anna Rowlands, Chair of the Centre, and will explore “How Should the Churches be Responding to the Current Migration and Refugee Protection Crises?” Speakers include Zrinka Bralo from Migrants Organise, Dr Joshua Ralston from Edinburgh University, Dr Mark Provera from Jesuit Refugee Services, George Gabriel from Citizens UK, Dr Maria-Teresa Gil Bazo, chaired by Sarah Teather, Director, Jesuit Refugee Service UK.

This promises to be an exciting event, featuring many of those at the forefront of thinking and action on the migration ‘crisis’

The address of the venue, CCLA, can be found here.

The programme, including information on workshops and panellists, can be found here.

The launch is being held at and supported by CCLA Investment

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