Lord Carey of Clifton

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Lord Carey of Clifton is the cofounder of the World Faiths Development Dialogue.

"In 2002 George Carey was made a life peer as ‘Lord Carey of Clifton’.

"Lord Carey is Presentation Fellow of King’s College London, Fellow of Christ’s University College, Canterbury and Fellow of the Library of Congress. He is also the recipient of some 12 Honorary Doctorates and author of 14 books.

"Currently he is Chancellor of the University of Gloucestershire and President of the London College of Theology.

"In retirement, he is on the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum and Co-Chair of the Council of 100, which is seeking to bridge the gulf between the West and Islamic worlds.

"He is also Chairman of the United Church Schools Trust." [1]

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