The Relevance of Sikhism Today
14 September 10
The University of Bradford's School of Lifelong Education and Development will host a talk titled 'The Relevance of Sikhism Today' by Indarjit Singh CBE on Wednesday 22 September 2010.
The event, part of the 'Faith and the City' programme, has been developed by the University's School of Lifelong Education and Development in partnership with Bradford District Faiths Forum.
The lecture will focus on some of the social and political challenges facing people today and how Sikhism can help in meeting these.
Indarjit is a nationally recognised journalist and broadcaster. He is a frequent contributor to The Times, Guardian, The Independent and other newspapers and magazines in the UK and abroad. He is a popular contributor to 'Thought for the Day' on BBC Radio 4's 'Today' programme and also contributes to many other radio and television programmes.
Dean of the School of Lifelong Education and Development at the University of Bradford, Nadira Mirza, said: "Indarjit Singh is a personality that many of you will be familiar with due to his regular and timely contributions in the media.
"Faith and the City continues to bring a high calibre of speakers to Bradford who promise to stimulate discussion and dialogue around pertinent issues affecting us all today."
The discussion will be held at 6.00pm in the JSB Lecture Theatre, D Floor, Richmond Building at the University.
Places are free but must be booked in advance. To reserve your place email Nasar Fiaz or call 01274 395398
14 September 10
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