Postponed due to COVID-19, new date to be confirmed in due course
How has austerity impacted people in the UK? What are the implications of this for theology and faith-based activism? 18 months into the Life on the Breadline research, this one-day conference grapples with these questions with a particular focus on Christian responses to UK poverty and austerity.
For further details and to book a place visit our Eventbrite page
13th September 2019, Coventry University
A participatory workshop challenging and reflecting on the Church's aim to transform unjust structures in austerity Britain. Resources from the workshop are available here.
The Life on the Breadline project launched nationally at the National Consultation on Poverty and Religion on 8-9th November 2019 in Manchester in collaboration with Church Action on Poverty.
24th October 2018, Coventry University
Chris and Stephanie shared about the Life on the Breadline project at the autumn Faith and Peaceful Relations Forum. To find our more, listen to their presentations on the Resources page.
To register your interest for future Faith and Peaceful Relations Forum events, email Chris Shannahan at firstname.lastname@example.org