"I think there should be a minister appointed to look after the welfare of families because the family is the bedrock on which society is built” - President of Accord.
"Our teachers are very much at the coal face in a society where there is so much pain, so much anger and so much distress."
“She taught Muslim, Christian, Parsi, and Hindu children to promote education, empowerment, and interfaith harmony. She deserves recognition at all levels.”
During this period, Professor Bullivant will advance a number of research projects, including a statistical survey of the British ‘nonreligious’ population.
Faith-based or denominational-based education brings benefits to society and democracy due to the plurality of perspectives it encompasses – Francis Campbell.
Deal will see increased co-operation including the exchange of students and staff, the awarding of joint degrees, ICP ecclesiastical degrees, joint summer schools and research collaboration.
Former president will teach on the MA Irish Studies programme at St Mary’s University, specifically on its ‘New Perspectives on Irish History’ seminar series.