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to other organisations associated with the study of spirituality

is a unique international network for people interested in bringing the study of spirituality to life through research, scholarship, education and practice. It seeks to offer a space, both physical and conceptual, where multi-disciplinary research and conversations in the field of spirituality studies may be drawn together to contribute both to a better understanding of spirituality in professional and everyday practices, and the development of new theoretical frameworks. INSS hosts a biennial conference and publishes the Journal for the Study of Spirituality in association with Taylor and Francis.
(formerly the European SPES Forum) was founded in 2004 in Leuven, Belgium. The functioning of the European SPES Institute is based on the belief that spiritually motivated actors who define success in multidimensional, holistic terms may serve the common good of nature, future generations and society.
is a network of professionals, passionate about the nexus between organizations, leadership, ethics, spirituality and morality. We are a dynamic learning organization and knowledge hub which unites, builds and leverages individual and organizational capacities under one common umbrella towards learning practical applications and deep transformation.
a venture of the Centre for Spirituality Studies, promotes the academic study and practice of spirituality.
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exploring and expanding the frontiers of science, medicine and spirituality
The Society for Spirituality Studies is an independent NGO devoted to promoting theoretical and experiential research in spirituality. The journal of the Society publishes original contributions from all areas of spirituality and interconnects three approaches to its study – academic, experiential and educational.
acts as a forum to develop a deeper understanding of the concept of spiritual care and to provide a space to promote, debate and discuss the roles of spirituality in healthcare.
promotes research and training in the field of religion, spirituality and health, both in Switzerland and across Europe. An important aspect of this work is the networking of people and institutions that are active in this field.
promotes research and training in the field of religion, spirituality and health, both in Switzerland and across Europe. An important aspect of this work is the networking of people and institutions that are active in this field.
The Spirituality Special Interest Group (SSIG) at the University of Huddersfield exists to develop understanding of the meaning and application of spirituality in health and social care. It will do this by working together in an open, respectful and rigorous way to promote and conduct research, teaching and other academic activity concerning spirituality and related concepts (for example, compassionate care, person-centred care, values-based practice and intelligent kindness).
We are working with others to transform public and private education around the world by promoting the understanding of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development within schools and by giving educators the tools to create learning environments that better nurture the inner life of both teachers and students.
is a spirituality centre fostering a contemplative awareness of the presence of God and encouraging people to explore what this means for them in all of life.