World Congress of Faiths, Younghusband Lecture 2018: People in Pigeonholes

Tuesday 13 November 18.30 – 20.30

Montagu Centre 21 Maple Street London W1T 4BE

Dr Chetna Kang MB BS MRCPsych will explore how identities and belonging can bring people together or keep them apart. Dr Kang is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Broadcaster and Priest in the Hindu tradition of Bhakti Yoga. She is on the Executive Committee for the Royal College of Psychiatrists' Spirituality in Psychiatry special interest group and their Public Engagement Editorial Board. She features regularly on BBC Radio Four's Thought for the Day and Beyond Belief.

6.30pm Registration and refreshments
6.50pm Welcome and presentation of the WCF Student Essay Awards (Chaired by Revd. Dr. Alan Race, Chair of WCF)
7.00pm The Younghusband Lecture: People in Pigeonholes (Dr Chetna Kang MB BS MRCPsych)
8.00pm Open discussion (Chaired by Revd. Dr. Alan Race)
8.30pm Close of event

Event held by World Congress of Faiths
Contact Jenny Kartupelis (World Congress of Faiths)
Telephone 01223 781781
Venue accessibility Wheelchair access
Event categories Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Dialogue/discussion, Higher or Further education, Intergenerational, Social action or social issues
Important information The event is free. There will be a retiring collection in support of the World Congress of Faiths, which works to increase spiritual understanding through cooperation and dialogue for the benefit of society.