How far should concern with religious freedom shape foreign policy?

Friday 6th February 2015

Royal United Services Institute, 61 Whitehall, London, 11:00am-12:30pm

News of religious persecution around the world has given religious freedom new prominence.  This debate brings together policy makers, journalists and religious specialists from the UK and US to discuss how foreign policy can best respond, what the priorities are, and where the dangers lie.

With the British Council, Religion News Service, & the Newseum Institute Washington




  • Andrew Copson

    Andrew Copson is Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association. He was appointed Chief...

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  • Brian J. Grim

    Brian J. Grim, Ph.D., is founder and president of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation,...

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  • Brian Pellot

    Brian Pellot is director of global strategy at RNS. He is based in London. For his blog on freedom...

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  • Erin Wilson

    Director, Centre for Religion, Conflict and the Public Domain at the University of Groningen in the...

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  • Nicholas Coombs

    Career Diplomat, Foreign & Commonwealth...

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  • Religious freedom panel debate (30.39)

  • Religious freedom audience Q&A (38.16)


One Response to How far should concern with religious freedom shape foreign policy?

  1. ROBERT MAINA says:

    I am greatfull to be considered in getting new insights on things i thought as normal yet they have big impact on the society. I dint see religion in such perspective as being introduced to me. I hope it shall go all well. thank you.

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