An absorbing discussion took place this week in Sussex with distinguished colleagues around the scope and potential of ethical education and ethical relationships in our schools. The participants and contributors of the seminar are distinguished scholars in the field of education, philosophy, social sciences and dialogue.
An important goal of the GHFP’s work is to understand how education can enable individuals to live a more meaningful life. We are particularly interested in exploring the educational values, principles and practices necessary for nurturing the growth of the whole person.
Symposium concerned with a common platform or framework for understanding the positive contributions of religions towards spirituality.
The book, Redefining Religious Education – Spirituality for Human Flourishing is a product of the Symposium.
This book is a unique collection of interdisciplinary articles that argue for religious education to be directed primarily towards the spiritual insofar as it is part of a flourishing human life. The articles address this issue from the perspectives of theory, different religious traditions and innovative teaching and learning practices.