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Science, Ethics and the New Atheism: On Tuesday 2nd February 2010 the Institute for Faith & Culture held its Second Annual Lecture with Professor John Lennox addressing the title ‘Science, Ethics and the New Atheism’.
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Sixty Years of Human Rights: An Enduring Legacy: On Wednesday 22nd October 2008 the IFC held a seminar to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Right and to explore the lasting legacy of the Declaration for human rights across the world today. Dr Habib Malilk, Professor at the Lebanese American University and Dr Clint Curle, lecturer in human rights theory and practice at Carleton University, Canada addressed the title ‘Sixty Years of Human Rights: An Enduring Legacy’. The audience also heard from Baroness Cox of Queensbury, the long-time campaigner for many humanitarian and human rights causes.
Listen to the seminar:
Part 1 – Welcome from Nola Leach, CARE CEO, and introductory addresses by Steve Webb MP and Stephen Crabb MP
Part 2 – Introduction to the presentations by Nola Leach
Part 3 - Presentation by Dr Habib Malik
Part 4 – Presentation by Baroness Cox of Queensbury
Part 5 – Presentation by Dr Clinton Curle
Part 6 – Questions from the floor and closing remarks
Brave New World? The Future of the Human Race: On Tuesday 6th May 2008 Professor Nigel Cameron, Executive Chairman of BioCentre, and John Wyatt, Professor of Neonatology and Ethics at University College London and author of Matters of Life and Death, addressed the title ‘Brave New World? The Future of the Human Race’. The evening was sponsored by Lord Alton of Liverpool, who also gave a short introductory address.
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Christian Faith & Public Life in the UK: On Wednesday 20th February 2008 the Institute for Faith & Culture held its Inaugural Annual Lecture in the Palace of Westminster. The Rt. Revd. Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, Bishop of Rochester, a leading figure in the global Anglican Church and regular contributor to debates concerning the interplay between faith, politics and culture in the UK, spoke on the question of how faith fits into the public life of the nation.
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Read the transcript of the lecture.