Religion or Belief Equalities Day Conferences

These day conferences are relevant to leaders and managers in H.E. and chaplaincy staff both in universities and from a variety of sectors.
They take place on 14, 15 and 16 June and sit within the 5-day IACHE 2022 Global Conference.

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General Information

The day conferences will be held on 14 / 15 / 16 June 2022 and are perfect if you cannot join us for the entire week.

Each day conference looks, in turn, from a higher education perspective, at how religion or belief equalities and chaplaincy intersect with topics including, health and wellbeing, disability, spirituality, anti-racism, good relations, conflict and the post-secular university.

The conferences take place at the University of Sheffield, plus a Wednesday trip to the National Holocaust Memorial and Museum during Day Conference (2).

To book go to the Booking Page, and once in the Online Store choose options 09 or 10 or 11 and select the relevant day conference. Also available, accommodation from £41, and evening events.


Religion or Belief Equalities Day Conference (1)

Tuesday 14th June:   Liberty, Health & Wellbeing, Disability and Spirituality:
how religion or belief equalities and chaplaincy intersect with health and wellbeing, disability and the virtual and spiritual self

9.10am to 4pm

£100 standard, £60 scholarship, £48 student

This day conference has a focus on health and wellbeing, disability and spirituality, and sits within the higher education IACHE 2022 global conference. It will be relevant to leaders and managers in H.E. and chaplaincy staff both in universities and from a variety of sectors.

Keynotes Topic University
Jana Bennett Religion, disability and embodiment in a virtual world Dayton, USA
Lindsay van Dijk Non-religious provision and faith-based chaplaincy Middlesex, UK
Harold Koenig The relevance of spirituality to good mental health Duke, USA

Morning Sessions 10:30h-11:20h

Presenter/s for Workshops Session Title University
Stephen Charles Edward Laird Black Majority Christian Groups: A Journey towards Understanding Kent, UK
Gavin Wort Developing Chaplaincy, Faith & Belief Provision in a UK Collegiate University  Durham, UK
Monica Sanford Leading from Difference: When Students are Not "Congregants" or "Members" Harvard, USA
Jenny Morgans Faithing, Friendship and Feeling at Home: Christian women’s experiences of chaplaincy KCL, UK
Salla Havukainen-Junno What do the students and staff think about your work as a chaplain? Oulu Applied Sciences, Finland
Vineet Chander Hindu Chaplaincy: lessons for Inter-Religious Chaplaincies Princeton, USA
Ros Henwood International Student work: a connect and share walkshop Leicester, UK
Hogetsu Baerndal Mindful Exploration of all 5 Senses Imperial, UK
Mahmood Chandia Muslim Chaplains Training: recommendations from a research project UCLAN, UK

Lunchtime Sessions 13:10h - 14:00h

Presenter/s Facilitator Session Title University
Rev. Hosea Kiprono Mitei Chaplaincy and empowerment: How chaplaincy can contribute to a contextualized approach to students’ discipline in Africa's institutions of higher learning Nairobi, Kenya
Barbara Morgan Gardner Chaplaincy and Interfaith: Key principles in effective interfaith dialogue in higher education Brigham Young, USA
Reverend Fiona Souter Keep Calm and Craft: coffee, crochet and choc chip cookies Herts, UK
Dardaan Bastiaan Radical Theology: Christian Atheism, Jhanas and a God beyond God Leiden, Netherlands
Amy Rio Connecting to the Earth and to each other: The draw of College Women to Earth Based Religions Salem, USA
Panel 1 Tues Lunch
 
The Future of Muslim Chaplaincy
Ameena Blake, Asgar Halim Rajput, Mahmood Chandia, Ruqaiyah Hibell.
Markfield, UCLAN, Sheffield, Brunel
Christine Schardt, Kerstin Söderblom “Queer Salon” and: #OutInChurch Mainz, Germany
Gregory W McGonigle Religious Diversity and University Chaplaincy: Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Humanist Chaplaincies Emory, USA
Robin Fishwick Free of Time: The benefits of thinking eternally in day-to-day ministry. Leeds, UK
Mark Laynesmith Using Mindfulness in Group Rituals Following a Student Death Reading, UK
Anders Facks What does God say about suicide? sub: a quest for a theology and communication on suicide prevention, without hiding it in taboo and silence. Linköping, Sweden

Afternoon Sessions 14:10h-15:00h

Presenter/s Facilitator Session Title University
Kate Harford Responding to Self-Harm and Other Distressing Mental Health Presentations in Students / Staff  Oxford Brookes, UK
Olumide Olayiwola Gideon Akanbi Hip-Hop Songs and thier Religio-Ethical Implications for Campus Christian Students Bowen, Nigeria
David Masters Hospitality - the multi tool of person centred ministry Solent, UK
Andii Bowsher Getting the university's attention: communicating with an emergent suprahuman entity Northumbria, UK
David E. MacDonald Spiritual Direction with Emerging Adults Ohio N, USA
Scott Evans Movements and Momentum: Harnessing the Power of Social Media UCD, Ireland
Panel 2 Tues Afternoon Reconstructing chaplaincy according to different lights
Vineet Chander, Lindsay van Dijk, Alex Goldberg, Ruqaiyah Hibell.
Princeton, USA
Jenny Smith Student Minds Mental Health Charter Student Minds

Schedule

0840h Arrivals and registration
0910h Keynote, Jana Bennett
1000h Refreshments
1030h Morning sessions / workshops
1130h Keynote, Lindsay van Dijk
1230h Lunch
1310h Lunchtime sessions / workshops
1400h Afternoon sessions / workshops
1510h Keynote, Harold G Koenig
1600h Refreshments and depart


To book go to the Booking Page, and once in the Online Store choose options 09 or 10 or 11 and the item Tuesday 14.06 09h-16h. You can also book accommodation from £41 and other events.


Contact information: please email iache2022@sheffield.ac.uk


Religion or Belief Equalities Day Conference (2)

Wednesday 15th June:   Legacy, Anti-Hate, Anti-Racism and Good Relations
How religion or belief equalities and chaplaincy intersect with
peaceful campus dialogue in the context of anti-hate and anti-racism.

Including a visit to the National Holocaust Memorial and Museum 

8.30am to 9pm

£90 standard, £60 scholarship, £51 student

This day conference has a focus on anti-hate, anti-racism and good relations, and sits within the higher education IACHE 2022 global conference. It will be relevant to leaders and managers in H.E. and chaplaincy staff both in universities and from a variety of sectors.

Keynotes Topic University
Anthony Reddie Colonial legacies, Brexit and anti-racism Oxford, UK

Visit
Beth Shalom, National Holocaust Memorial and Museum
We will be travelling to the museum by coach and taking lunch in the onsite café. Afterwards, there will be a tour of the exhibition and a video testimony or an 'in person' talk by a holocaust survivor or someone who arrived in Britain on the Kindertransport.

Panel   
‘Peaceful campus dialogue in the context of anti-hate, anti-racism and anti-violence’Panelists, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Kristin Aune, Harvey Belovski and Anthony Reddie
 

Buffet and International Networking Marketplace
Immediately after the panel, an evening buffet and international networking market place will conclude this long and memorable day.

Schedule

0830h Arrivals and registration
0900h Keynote, Anthony G. Reddie
1000h Conference Plenary (with refreshment point)
1100h Depart to the National Holocaust Memorial and Museum
1700h Return to the conference venue
1800h Panel ‘Peaceful campus dialogue in the context of anti-hate, anti-racism and anti-violence’
1900h Evening buffet
2000h International Networking Marketplace
2100h Close—with optional Reflection, 2105h-2140h


To book go to the Booking Page, and once in the Online Store choose options 09 or 10 or 11 and select the three items:
-  ‘Wednesday 15.06.2022 09h to 11h’,
-  ‘Wednesday 15.06.2022 11h to 17h’ and
-  ‘Wednesday 15.06.2022 17h to 21h’,
plus in the Additional Extras section choose the Conference Tour
-  ‘National Holocaust Centre and Museum’.


You can also book accommodation from £41 at the same time.

Contact information: please email iache2022@sheffield.ac.uk


Religion or Belief Equalities Day Conference (3)

Thursday 16th June 2022:   Leadership, Conflict and the Post-Secular University:
how religion or belief equalities and chaplaincy intersect with
conflict resolution, the non-religious majority, and secular institutions

9.15am to 5.15pm

£100 standard, £60 scholarship, £48 student

This day conference has a focus on religion or belief equalities, a chaplaincy response to leadership, conflict and the post-secular university and sits within the higher education IACHE 2022 global conference. It will be relevant to leaders and managers in H.E. and chaplaincy staff both in universities and from a variety of sectors.

Keynotes Topic University
Mohammed Abu-Nimer Religion and peace-building in the university and beyond American, USA
Linda Woodhead A place for religion when no religion is a big bit of the mix KCL, UK
Kristin Aune University chaplaincy as relational presence Coventry, UK

Morning Sessions 11:10h-12:00h

Presenter/s Facilitator Session Title University
Cameron Howes / James Walters Deproblematising religious diversity in secular institutions (part 1) LSE, UK
Dr John Gibbens Evangelism or listening and responding: issues of legality, acceptability, offence and need Leeds, UK
Laurence Pusey University chaplaincies: a springboard for the gospel ? Leeds, UK
Tammy Hervey How to make a religion or belief inclusive university by 2025? City, UK
Harvey Belovski Inclusions and freedom of speech on campus UJC, UK
Darryl White Sr. / Joey Haynes Leadership Development through Interfaith Engagement and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Queens, USA
Loretta Reynolds Students serving students; training and bridge-building Berea, USA
Kristin Aune Religious student societies in UK universities: division and cohesion Coventry, UK
Ron Robinson and Maya Galimidi Servant Leadership & Ecology: Global Eco-Village Models from Campus, Kibbutz and Beyond

Woffard, USA
Empower with Nature, Turkey

Afternoon Sessions 15:00h-15:50h

Presenter/s for Workshops Topic University
Cameron Howes / James Walters Deproblematising religious diversity in secular institutions (part 2) LSE, UK
Barbara Morgan Gardner Effective Principles for New Chaplains Brigham Young, USA
Dardaan Bastiaan Jhana theory and practice Leiden, Netherlands
Monica Sanford Religion is Optional, Meaning is Mandatory: Facilitating Programs for the Unaffiliated Harvard, USA
Margaret Emmanuel Kalimanjira Strategic leadership in Chaplaincy: how to become a strategic leader, strategic leadership pros and cons Livingstonia, Malawi
Maggie Commins / Joey Haynes Experiential learning on the U.S.-Mexican border: empowering students through a faith-based approach to understanding immigration Queens, USA
Alex Goldberg Faith for Rights: the United Nations framework Surrey, UK
Hogetsu Baerndal Mindfulness Stitching for Wellbeing Imperial, UK
Andii Bowsher A ministry of spiritual direction to the university Northumbria, UK

Closing Plenaries

Plenary Panel  Including the non-religious in religion or belief provision
Plenary Panel Chaplaincies: change-agent for post-secular institutions

      
Schedule

0915h Arrivals and registration
0945h Introduction and  Keynote, Mohammed Abu-Nimer
1040h Refreshments
1110h Morning sessions / workshops
1215h Keynote, Linda Woodhead
1310h Lunch
1400h Keynote, Kristin Aune
1500h Afternoon sessions / workshops
1600h Afternoon Tea
1630h Plenary
1715h Close and depart


To book go to the Booking Page. When in the Online Store choose option 09 or 10 or 11 and the item Thursday 16.06.2022 09h to 17h.

You can also book accommodation from £41 plus the evening celebratory dinner.

Contact information: please email iache2022@sheffield.ac.uk


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