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The AULRE AGM 2018

The AULRE AGM is on Friday 11th May, 09:30-10:30  at Heythrop College, London. All members are most welcome to attend the AGM where reports will be given and the new Chair and Vice-chair will be elected.  

AULRE CONFERENCE and AGM 2017 CALL FOR PAPERS

Time to reserve the dates for your AULRE winter break for some Celtic winter spirits! AULRE CONFERENCE and AGM 2017 CALL FOR PAPERS Wed 22- 24 November (start time around 10AM so you may need to travel a day early) This year AULRE is going to the seaside to the beautiful town of Ayr (easy connections… Read More »

Conference Evaluation and materials

Please could conference delegates complete a conference evaluation.Delegates who include an email will received materials from the conference. Follow the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CW2WXBS. Delegates who presented at AULRE 2015 are invited to send their presentation or paper for dissemination to delegates and for the forthcoming closed section of the aulre.org website.

Dr Tania ap Sion’s keynote address abstract “Growing up with beliefs in dialogue: assessing the evidence for the quantitative strand of the Young People’s Attitudes to Religious Diversity Project”

Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education Belief in Dialogue, AULRE Annual Conference 1 – 3 September 2015,St. Mary’s University Twickenham Keynote Address Abstract University of Warwick WRERU Director of the St Mary’s Centre Llys Onnen   Growing up with beliefs in dialogue: assessing the evidence for the quantitative strand of the Young People’s Attitudes… Read More »

Dr Farid Panjwani Keynote address abstract “Religions as ‘work in progress’: reflections on reconciling the aims of belonging and autonomy”

Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education Belief in Dialogue, AULRE Annual Conference,  1 – 3 September 2015, St. Mary’s University Twickenham   Keynote Address Abstract   Dr Farid Panjwani Director, Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education (CREME) Institute of Education, University of London Religions as ‘work in progress’: reflections on reconciling the aims… Read More »