Posts Tagged: religion

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Shining a light on diversity

Written By: Iram Ramzan  14/12/15 Hundreds of people from Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Jewish communities attended Oldham’s Festival of Light celeb...
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Schools need to do more to improve children’s religious literacy

Written By: Tariq Modood 7/12/15 British society is in serious need of higher levels of religious literacy. The potential for misunderstanding, stere...
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Almost two-thirds of people feel UK ad industry doesn’t represent them

Written By: Jasper Jackson   3/12/15 Poll finds public believe industry is failing to reflect diverse society – although John Lewis’s Christmas ...
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Out gay Imam creates online school for LGBT-friendly Islamic study

Written By: Joseph Patrick McCormick  25/11/15  An out gay Imam has created an online school which allows users to access information on LGBT-frien...
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Conference To Tackle Issues Around Autism In The Church

This Saturday (Nov 28), speakers will discuss and highlight the inclusion needs of autistic people among faith groups A  conference to highlight and ...
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Sodexo launches third employee network

Written By: Sarah OBeirne 18/11/15 Sodexo has launched its new Origins employee network, hosting a panel debate on the issue of racial, cultural and ...
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Celebrating diversity through fashion

Written By: Omeshinie Naidoo  11/11/15 Durban – Hindus across South Africa are celebrating the Festival of Lights – Diwali or Deepavali – ...
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Diwali/Deepavali in India

Diwali (Dīvali, Dīpāwali, Deepavali, Dipabali) is a festival of lights and is a gazetted holiday in India. Followers of Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism...
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These inspiring new Instagram ads highlight the value of diversity

Written  By: Katie Dupere  7/11/15 Your Instagram feed is getting a little more inclusive. Love Has No Labels, a campaign from the Ad Council that w...
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‘God is not a he or a she’, says first female bishop to sit in House of Lords

Written By: Harriet Sherwood  24/10/15 God should not necessarily be seen as a masculine figure, according to the UK’s first female bishop to sit i...