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Organizations on England

  • The Bhumi Project

    The Bhumi Project seeks to rally Hindus worldwide in support of the environment. The organization is overseen by the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies in partnership with GreenFaith.

  • A Rocha

    A Rocha is an international Christian organization working to care for the environment. The organization has projects in many countries around the world. The organization’s U.S. office is in Fredericksburg, Texas.

    Contact: +44 (0)300 770 1346.
  • Natural History Museum: Charles Darwin

    For five months in 2009, London’s Natural History Museum hosted Darwin200 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species. The celebration included lectures, films, debates, performances and more. You can still learn about Darwin’s life and work through the museum’s website.

    Contact: +44 (0)20 7942 5654.
  • Investigating Atheism

    The University of Cambridge launched a project called Investigating Atheism in response to the spate of books in recent years by New Atheists. The site aims to encourage informed opinion by providing historical context for the “God Wars” it says followed those books’ publication. An extensive resource, the project offers explanations, data and links on everything from the history of atheism to contemporary controversies.

  • The Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs

    The Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs is a scholarly institution based in London that studies Muslim groups in non-Muslim societies. It publishes the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Its director is Saleha S. Mahmood.

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