Youth Work and Faith – debates, delights and dilemmas – Bradford, November 11

YW and Faith

Youth Work and Faith: debates, delights and dilemmas

Wednesday 11th November 2015
10am – 4pm
Bradford College
£29 (£15 student-rate)

This one day event will explore the current context for the faith-based youth work sector and its relationship with the wider youth work field – as well as that between different faith traditions. Contributors include Bernard Davies and a range of other thinkers and practice experts.
The day will celebrate the contribution that faith-based youth work makes to individuals, communities and to achieving social justice – whilst also addressing some of the sticky issues that emerge in faith-motivated youth work.

The event is aimed at practitioners, students, academics and anyone else with an interest in youth work and faith – and will be an interactive day that encourages discussion and reflection.

The event is hosted by the Youth and Community Development team at Bradford College and Youth and Policy journal. Bradford offers an ideal location for the event as the city is host to a range of faith organisations with an active role in civil society. All those attending will receive a copy of Youth Work and Faith – a new book edited by the Youth and Policy editorial group.

To book your place, please click https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/youth-work-and-faith-debates…
(Please note Eventbrite adds a small booking fee to the costs stated above)

Youth Work and Faith – pdf poster to print out for circulation

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