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The chair of Equality and Human Rights Commission has been asked to apologise to non-religious people for comments he made in a recent interview.
University College London and the Accord Coalition on inclusive schooling are teaming up to host a major panel debate on the role of religion in education.
Churches in India have been asked to tackle "institutional casteism" at a meeting organised by the World Council of Churches and Indian Christian groups.
Inclusive education advocates have welcomed a 'radical' suggestion from the Bishop of Oxford, that church schools should severely limit religious selection.
Wakefield and District Housing (WDH) has refuted media-fuelled claims that it has discriminated against an employee because he is a Christian.
A Christian thinktank says that an electrician barred from displaying a cross in his van does not appear to be a victim of anti-Christian discrimination, since the rule in dispute does not single out any particular religion or belief.
The government will not legislate to prevent religious groups providing public services from discriminating against their users, recent responses indicate.
Claims that Christians are being 'discriminated against' in the UK have been criticised by the Christian think-tank Ekklesia and the British Humanist Association.