We were looking at public responses to recent tragedies (Manchester Arena, London Bridge, Grenfall House and Finsbury Park), and whether these were forms of public grief, or whether it was something else. We were asked to think about:
- How have expressions of public grief changed?
- How has this been illustrated in recent tragic events?
- What does this tell us about the changing religious and spiritual needs of people?
- What does this tell us about the state of faith and interfaith in our society?
- What about the role of religious institutions and leaders?
See my rough preparation notes (and yes I found it more interesting than the amount of preparation that I needed to do!)
Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @ Manchester Metropolitan University. Interested in digital literacy and digital culture in the third sector (especially faith). Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting.