Shelagh Ranger received a BA in Politics and Theology from the University of Manchester where she also undertook post-graduate research on black-led churches. Now retired and living in Oxford, she lived for many years in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Tanzania and the United States. She has travelled extensively throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. In 1996 she help to found Asylum Welcome in Oxford and has served as a trustee of the Centre for Black and White Christian Partnership (Birmingham) and on the executive committee of the Catholic Association for Racial Justice.
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