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Over the past decade Poland has been experiencing what many people are calling a “Jewish revival” – fuelled in large part by a growing number of young people who are discovering their religious roots. In 2014 Denise Grollmus and Sarah Peters won a Sandford St Martin Award for their moving and inventive podcast based on Denise’s own […]
Sandford St Martin Trust
Great Smith Street
Recent blog posts
- Ethics of Journalism December 1, 2023
- Keeping the Faith October 24, 2023
- In Our Time: One Thousand (and one) Radio Programmes September 18, 2023
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In today’s world, religious literacy is more important than ever. But the Media Bill, currently making its way through Parliament, puts this core cultural and civic competency in peril by removing existing obligations for public service broadcasters to provide programming specifically about religion or belief.
Faith is a prime motivator of both individuals and communities. What people believe informs political, economic, ethical and social behaviour.
Good religious broadcasting promotes understanding of what religion and faith are about. It supports and models dialogue between communities.
It nourishes those who believe and provides new perspectives to others.
If you agree, join us in urging the Government to amend the Bill so religion remains a key component of the public service broadcasting remit in the Media Bill.
Because, in the world today, religion and religious literacy matter more than ever before.