Religion

Council to review decision to block humanist from religious education committee

08/04/2021

Southampton City Council has agreed to retake a decision to block humanists from becoming full members of the local religious education committee following a threat of legal action.

Child abuse linked to faith rises by ‘a third’, council chiefs warn

14/11/2019

The number of children identified by councils as having been abused for reasons associated with belief has risen by a third in three years, the LGA reports.

Council builds first development to comply with religious rules

03/11/2017

A north London council has built the first block of flats to comply with the religious rules of Orthodox Judaism.

Church to open more schools to ‘influence’ education debate

11/07/2016

The Church of England plans to open over 100 schools in the next five years in order ‘enhance’ provision and ‘influence’ debate.

Segregation of staff ‘imposed’ in some faith schools, warns inspector

28/04/2016

Segregation of teachers by gender is still being imposed at some independent faith schools, the chief inspector of schools Sir Michael Wilshaw has warned.

'Unaccountable' religious figures have no place in education, campaign says

07/03/2016

New campaign calls for the removal of unelected religious representatives from council education committees.

Ministers reject plans ‘mega mosque’ in Newham

30/10/2015

Plans to build the largest mosque in Britain have been rejected by the Government.

Rise in ‘exorcism and witchcraft’ child abuse cases

12/10/2015

The number of child abuse cases linked to witchcraft and exorcism accusations has increased, according to a new investigation.

Teachers given training on radicalisation

06/05/2015

School and college leaders are to be offered seminars to help them stop young people being drawn into extremism and radicalisation.

Employees concerned about religious freedom in the workplace

20/03/2015

Christians are concerned their religion is ‘losing its place’ in the workplace, according to a public consultation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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