Charlotte Keenan, Acting Chief Ex of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, on religion in a time of ambivalence

Charlotte Keenan, Acting Chief Ex of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, on religion in a time of ambivalence

Brazil: A Lesson in the Peaceful Navigation of Religious Change | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Brazil: A Lesson in the Peaceful Navigation of Religious Change | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Lobird custom menu cards designed for Tony Blair Faith Foundation event features in Inside Scoop SF

Lobird custom menu cards designed for Tony Blair Faith Foundation event features in Inside Scoop SF

The West is making a strategic mistake by focusing only on the Islamic State group, according to a think tank run by Tony Blair Faith Foundation.

The West is making a strategic mistake by focusing only on the Islamic State group, according to a think tank run by Tony Blair Faith Foundation.

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Baker and author Emily Luchetti and more at the Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Baker and author Emily Luchetti and more at the Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Our Projects | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Our Projects | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Tony Blair plays cricket for a cause in Delhi. Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair along with cricketer Rohan Gavaskar participated in a multi-faith cricket match organised by the Tony Blair Faith Foundation to raise awareness of malaria prevention and the work it is doing in India to bring communities together against the disease.

Tony Blair plays cricket for a cause in Delhi. Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair along with cricketer Rohan Gavaskar participated in a multi-faith cricket match organised by the Tony Blair Faith Foundation to raise awareness of malaria prevention and the work it is doing in India to bring communities together against the disease.

Inside the Jihadi Mind | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Inside the Jihadi Mind | Tony Blair Faith Foundation

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he's sorry for "mistakes" made in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 but doesn't regret ousting Saddam Hussein.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he's sorry for "mistakes" made in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 but doesn't regret ousting Saddam Hussein.

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