The CSSC conducts research on the causes and consequences of social cohesion – the bonds that hold groups together, from families and gangs to nations and world religions.
The Church of England engages on political issues nationally and internationally. As part of its core program of work it looks to actively engage religious leaders, politicians and activists in protecting freedom of religion or belief, as set out in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Right.
The International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion or Belief (IPPFoRB) is a global network of parliamentarians and legislators from around the world committed to advancing freedom of religion or belief, as defined by Article 18 of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict is a multi-disciplinary research centre applying cutting edge field-based research methods from the cognitive and behavioural sciences in collaboration with the policy community to better understand and address politically motivated violence.