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Data analysing the beliefs and practices of people who ticked ‘Christian’ on the national Census shows that many of them have few or no religious convictions.
Humanist and secularist organisations have accused the European Union of denying them equal treatment compared to the continent's Christian churches.
The spiritual head of Nigeria's 70 million Muslims, Alhaji Sa'ad Abubakar, has met with the current Nigerian President, a Christian, to discuss religious conflict.
Both Christmas lights and Hanukkah dreidels (spinning tops) are appearing as decorations as the northern Israeli port city of Haifa throws a multi-faith party on December weekends.
Faith-based bodies should use their constituencies to uphold human rights and dignity as part of their core mission, say African rights defenders.
A new publication, launched by a former Bishop of Oxford and others, examines religious and ethical components to conscientious objection.
Clare Amos, a member of the Church of England, is the new World Council of Churches programme executive for inter-religious dialogue and cooperation.
A major interfaith symposium in Tokyo has urged further 'Thinking about Natural Disasters and Religion: Looking for Another Way of Living'.
As Egypt approaches the anniversary of the overthrow of former president Mubarak, the country still finds itself torn by sectarian violence.