The European Christian Political Movement is hosting a two day colloquium and conference on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November 2011. Entitled ‘Beyond Individualism: Why Civil Society Needs Christian Political Engagement’, the Friday will be a study day aimed at leaders in policy, politics, advocacy and academia, and the Saturday will be a broader conference considering issues facing Europe and how Christian thought might offer a response.
Speakers over the two days include Maurice Glasman (a Fellow of CTC), Philip Blond, Os Guinness, Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, and a number of politicians from the continent.
You can find out more about the event here, and there are a number of heavily subsidised places still available.
As always, publicising an event on the Faithful Citizens blog does not necessarily imply endorsement of it by the Contextual Theology Centre.