7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
13th February, 2017
What would a movement for social justice look like if it was based on the principles of mercy? In this meditation on the idea Divine Mercy, Abdul-Rehman Malik explores how mercy is a unsettling idea which challenges our human notions of compassion, forgiveness and love. If we are to embrace our share of God’s mercy, true transformation must begin with us.
Abdul-Rehman Malik is an award winning London-based journalist, educator and organiser. Toronto born, he is Programmes Manager for the Radical Middle Way. Since 2005, Radical Middle Way has worked alongside grassroots partners – in the UK and around the world – to provide powerful, faith-inspired guidance that gives tools to enable change, promote social justice for all and combat exclusion and violence.
Since January 2015 he has also been Director of the Insight Film Festival, a unique festival which celebrates the intersection between faith and film, exhibiting new work and encouraging filmmakers – particularly young and emerging auteurs – throughout the world to make films that explore faith.