The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs and the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide (CCCW)  hosted a 12 January discussion on Religion and Commonwealth Values. It followed the November 2023 special edition of the Journal, on Religion and Commonwealth Values.

The panel was chaired by Bishop Graham Kings, the founder of the Centre and now an Honorary Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Ely and consisted of:

  • Special edition guest editor Terry Barringer (also deputy editor and book editor of the Round Table Journal)
  • Dr Jonathan Chaplin, Fellow at Wesley House in Cambridge
  • James Mayall, Professor of International Relations at Cambridge University, and past academic advisor to the Royal College of Defence Studies in London

The discussion took place at the CCCW.

The video is now available:

A written report is also available.

From the special Round Table Journal edition on Religion and Commonwealth values:

Introduction to the special Round Table journal edition on Religion and Commonwealth values
Research Article: Can Commonwealth values be grounded in religion? Resources from the Christian tradition
Research Article: The role of religion in conflict and peace-making