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27 November 2015

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Interfaith Address by Dr Asma Mustafa

‘We all have a responsibility to identify, promote and act upon the set of shared moral values that could positively influence and impact our communities, wider society and ultimately be the common good’.

On 15th November, Dr Asma Mustafa, Senior Tutor and Senior Research Fellow at Linacre College & Research Fellow in the study of Muslims in Britain at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, gave a thought provoking and widely-attended Interfaith Address entitled ‘Shared Values and the Common Good.’

While Dr Mustafa noted that the theme had been chosen weeks prior to the tragic attacks on civilians in Paris, Lebanon and Iraq that took place in the days before she made her address,  in light of these events the theme was particularly apt and relevant.

You can read Dr Mustafa’s full Address below

St Hugh’s Interfaith Address

Image from http://www.asmamustafa.com/

 

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