This report, made in partnership with the One City Project, explored reflections on urban life and faith. The research took place over a period of two years and involved twenty five consultations. The aim was to explore contemporary Leeds with reference to four questions put to those who attended:
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1. How they understand their community.
2. What did they think was to be celebrated in the city.
3. What questions of justice arose in the city
4. What was their vision of the city
The final report was distributed to all the cities councillors as well as many others working in the voluntary and faith sector.
If you would like to read a copy of, Making a Good City, please contact us.