The Religious Literacy Partnership was created in 2015 to meet the increasing demand for better understanding of religion in the private and public sector and society at large.

“There is a lamentable quality of cfile0001282357911onversation about religion and belief, just as we need it most. Billions of people around the world remain religious, despite the assumptions of secularity. Millions are in Britain, Europe and the West. Globalization and migration put us all in to daily encounter with increasing diversity and plurality in our professional and everyday lives. After decades in which we have barely talked about religion and belief in public discourses and practices, society has largely lost the ability to do so. Diversity, global trade, equality frameworks, and extremism make it pressing to do so now.”

Professor Adam Dinham – Goldsmiths, University of London