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Wednesday 25th, April 2018
Doing Theology in a Strange Land
What does a God of liberation say to the on-going Dalit struggle for justice and equal rights when prejudice and discrimination are present in every area of life?
At the offices of Amos Trust
St Clement's, 1 St Clement's Court, London EC4N 7HB
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In India, there are over 300 million Dalits, those who for thousands of years, have been seen as being worthless and untouchable. What does a God of liberation say to the on-going Dalit struggle for justice and equal rights when prejudice and discrimination are present in every area of life?
This is the first in a series of seminars on the theology and spirituality that underpins Amos Trust’s commitment to justice and hope for the forgotten. We are delighted to welcome these special guest speakers on Dalit rights:
There will also time set aside for questions and discussion. Lunch will be provided.
Doing Theology in a Strange Land is being run by Dalit Solidarity Network, Churches Dalit Support Network and Amos Trust, with the support of the Methodist Church.
Dalit means 'broken' and is a name taken by those who were once called Untouchables within the caste system, and are now officially called Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
The timetable for the day:
David Haslam, Dalit Solidarity Network & Chris Rose, Director of Amos Trust.
1 St Clement's Court
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