ISREV Home Page
The International Seminar on Religious Education and Values
is an association of over 240 religious education scholars from around 36 countries. It includes scholars from various religious traditions,
and secular specialists in religious studies and education. You can read about the beginnings of ISREV, including original documents,
on the History of ISREV page.
ISREV is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, Number 1102701.
President of the Seminar: Professor Gloria Durka (USA);
President Emeritus: Professor John M Hull (England);
Vice-President: Revd Professor Leslie Francis (England).
General Secretary: Professor Julian Stern (England).
Deputy General Secretary (and Website Editor): Dr Karen Walshe (England).
Contact details for these and other officers are on the Trustees and Executive Committee page
Recent additions and updates:
06/08/13 A link to the AGM 2013 Minutes & Ninth Annual Report 2012 is now on the Members' Information page.
23/04/13 A Session XIX 2014 page has been created, with links to documents
already sent out, and to venue information.
Note that pages for all
sessions are now accessed via the All Sessions sidebar link, or other in-text links as above.
20/02/13 A notice of the 2013 ISREV AGM in York, England, is now on the
20/02/13 Full details of the 2012-2014 Trustees are now on the
20/02/13 Links to the updated New Member Form and Membership Procedures document are now
on the Members' Information page. There are also links to the latter on the Introduction page
02/02/13 A link to the 2014 Session Welcome Letter is now on the
NOTE: Although the letter says there is other information on the
website, it is not yet available.
28/01/13 The seminar title and the plenary presenters for the 2014 Session are now on the
25/09/12 A link to the first photos from the 2012 Session is on the
2012 Session page. More will be welcome!
25/09/12 A link to the 2012 AGM Minutes and Eighth Annual Report is now on the Members' Information page.
25/09/12 Book titled Religious Education and Freedom of Religion and Belief
(2010 Session) now on Publications page.