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British Religion in Numbers

To catalogue religious statistics in Britain from the past four centuries and to make digests and commentaries available to researchers and research users, including policymakers, religious leaders, journalists and the public

Project Directors: Dr Clive Field and Professor David Voas
Project Manager: Dr Siobhan McAndrew

British Religion in Numbers (BRIN) is an online centre for British data on religion. BRIN provides hard empirical evidence to underpin research into and intellectual debate about the key issues and trends affecting religion in Britain, past and present. It has four central features: a catalogue of British statistics on religion; a set of statistical time series; thematic commentaries on religious practice, identity and belief; and an up-to-date review and analysis of newly released reports and statistics. All of the digests, charts and commentaries are freely available to researchers and research users, including policy-makers, religious leaders, journalists and the public.

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Academy Research Projects

The Academy Research Projects are major long-term infrastructural projects or research facilities, intended to produce works of scholarship.