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The following websites provide a wide range of debates about religion, politics and society in Britain :

Church of England Newspaper
The official newsletter authorised by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York as an official channel of communication for lay and clerical leaders throughout the Church of England.

Church of Scotland
The website has an extensive range of information and resources about religion, society and church law in Scotland.
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland is a decision-making body, which brings together commissioners drawn from every congregation to refine church laws. They produce a series of annual reports and communications available here.
News and publications of the Church of Scotland can be found here.

Belief, religion and unbelief
The Guardian newspaper’s ‘Comment is Free’ has a section on belief, religion and unbelief, to which policy researchers and interested readers provide extensive discussion.

The Times newspaper
The Times newspaper hosts articles, comment and Ruth Gledhill’s blog.

Information and up-to-date comments on news concerning religion in Great-Britain can be found on the British Religion in Numbers blog.

Law & Religion UK blog by Frank Cranmer and David Pocklington.

Religion law blog by Neil Addison.

London School of Economics Religion and Global Society Blog
The LSE Religion and Global Society is an interdisciplinary blog which explores the place and role of religion in globalised world, with a series of interesting articles about religion in Britain.

Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network
The Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network (NSRN) is an international and interdisciplinary network. Founded in 2008 it aims to centralise existing research on the topic of non-religion and secularity and to facilitate further discussion in this area.

Public Spirit
This is a forum for researchers, policymakers, politicians and practitioners from the voluntary and community sectors to debate recent developments in faith and public policy that crosses political affiliations and religious traditions.
It has recently published a series of contributions from the Commission on Religion and Belief in Public Life which can be found here.

Religious Studies Project
The project has a wide range of articles and podcasts about religion produced by leading scholars on the social-scientific study of religion. It is produced by The Religious Studies Project Association (SCIO), a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

St Paul’s Institute
The Institute seeks to provide an informal Christian response to the issues of equality, stewardship and the meaning of the common good. It provides an informative set of debates, articles and podcasts on the ethical ad spiritual approaches to a wider range of economic and global challenges.

Theos
Theos encourages the debate about the place of religion in society, challenging and changing ideas through research, commentary and events.

Westminster Faith Debates
This is a particular useful resource about religion and belief, which brings together a variety of academic and policy perspectives on the subject.

William Temple Foundation
The foundation offers an informative set of articles, ideas and reports about the impact of religion on civil society, wellbeing, politics, economics, and urban change.

2 octobre 2018