About Rebecca (Programme Coordinator)

Rebecca (Programme Coordinator) has written 95 articles so far, you can find them below.

E-Learning Courses at the Woolf Institute Cambridge

E-learning courses,

Ongoing: Bridging the Great Divide: the Jewish-Muslim Encounter

Future: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges, beginning in the week commencing 1 September 2014.(application process will go live in the spring of 2014.)

Full details of the course can be found at http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/courses/jcme.asp.

“We recently launched the Woolf Institute Online Short CoursesJewish-Christian Relations in the English Novel is the first Woolf Institute Online Short Course to go live. This course is the launch pad for a series of Online Short Courses planned for the next few years. At the heart of this project is our intention to enable participants the unique opportunity to engage in interfaith studies within an e-learning environment; and provide participants with a flexible approach to learning; study anywhere at any time. We are developing three streams of online short courses: introductory, advanced and/or specialized, and practice-based. These courses will be available 365 days of the year and open to all who are interested in engaging in topics related to interfaith relations. Designed as five-week courses, students will be able to view their chosen course for two months. No specific academic qualifications are required. Participants will use Moodle (a virtual learning environment) to access their chosen course. Participants will be provided with all the necessary resources to complete the course. Students who participate fully in their chosen course will receive a Woolf Institute Certificate of Completion. Full details are available at:http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/courses/short-courses.asp. ”


Faith and Governance: Why Local Context Matters






Thinking Futures PosterWatershed, 1 Canon’s Road, Bristol BS1 5TX

6pm Thursday 7th November

To book a space at this event go to :












Thank you to those who participated in our recent Mediation workshop- feedback was brilliant!

We know a number of people wanted to attend who couldn’t make the date and so we’re compiling a ‘waiting list’. If you would like to attend our next workshop please email info@salaamshalom.org.uk with your expression of interest and we will update you with information on our next event as soon as possible.


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