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Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation

The Centre for the Study of Religion, Conflict and Cooperation (CSRCC) was established in February 2008. It is located within the Department of Law, Governance and International Relations (LGIR) at London Metropolitan University.

Resurgent religion and ethnic conflict and poverty and exclusion are major challenges driving politics at both civil society and state levels in many parts of the world. Religious identity is also an important concern in political and scholarly debates about immigration, security, and integration across the Western world. The consequence is growing demand for research, consultancy, education, and training in the related fields of religion, conflict and cooperation. CSRCC aims to offer a variety of initiatives related to these broad concerns. 

 


 
 
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