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Tony Blair, Founder and Patron of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, recently spoke with Charles Moore of The Telegraph about religion and politics. You can read the full article below:
Tony Blair is vigorous proof of life after political death. He is back in London, looking well, smartly dressed in the combination of blue suit and brown shoes that, traditionally, is the mark of being not quite a gentleman. “I’ve put my tie on for The Daily Telegraph,” he says.
Starting Monday 9th July 2012, the Tony Blair Faith Foundation is hosting an innovative and intensive academic summer course examining human rights and religious minorities with McGill University. The two week course held at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada brings together Faith and Globalisation Initiative students from our partner universities around the world.
Despite the importance of religious freedom within the human rights tradition, the rights of religious minorities have become subject to increasing political and legal struggle in modern societies.