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Nola Leach

Nola Leach is a co-leader of the European Politics and Society Network and serves as the Chief Executive of CARE (Christian Action Research & Education), one of Europe’s leading Christian charities, which provides resources and helps bring Christian insight and experience to matters of public policy and practical caring initiatives. CARE undertakes a variety of social caring and educational programmes and research and is represented in the UK Parliaments and Assemblies. As Head of the Public Affairs team, Nola leads campaigns on topics such as human trafficking, Internet pornography, and the value of human life from its beginning to natural end. She has overseen the publication of Living Free, a sequel to the CARE book Searching for Intimacy – a resource designed to help those trapped in the net of Internet pornography. She has a passion for developing Christian leaders and heads up CARE’s unique Leadership Programme. She is increasingly in demand as both a writer and a public speaker, has penned numerous articles, and regularly appears in the media.

 

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The Truth Will Set You Free: Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion

Freedom of thought, conscience, and religion are among the fundamental individual liberties which are protected at a constitutional and international level. However, as a hierarchy of rights appears to be emerging, these rights are being challenged in relation to employment, education, family freedoms, and religious institutions. As freedom of conscience is increasingly under attack, current trends across Europe will be examined. We will look at the opportunities and challenges presented to Christians today. Do Christians still have the right to a voice in the public square and how can we engage with contemporary culture? We believe that Jesus is Lord and so, using biblical examples, we will learn how we can speak the Truth and work for the good of society.

 

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