Last week the research team from the LSE Religion and Global Society research unit presented the key findings of our inaugural project ‘Interfaith Beyond the Pandemic: From London communities to global identities’. In our report, we have explored how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted interfaith engagement and set out recommendations for the sector moving forward. Our data indicates that the pandemic has exacerbated an already existing and growing intergenerational divide in the sector. Yet, at the same time, it has revealed the immense value and dynamism the interfaith sector brings to public life.
The recording of the event can be found HERE.
You can read the whole report HERE.