Tag: SEGREGATION

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Should changing your legal gender be “easier than buying car insurance”?

Yusuf Patel shares his views on the government's consultation on new gender change rules. Have your say before the deadline this Friday 19th Oct.

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Trevor Noah, the World Cup & Tariq Ramadan: the French Connection

It seems “We are all French” is nothing more than a thinly veiled excuse for the dominant culture to be able to strip all others of theirs, writes Sh Zahir Mahmood

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What the Tory Government Calls “Integration” is Muslim Disintegration

ʿAbd-Allāh Thomson decodes the government's latest "integration" green paper. The good news is we are free to do as we are told.

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The Hypocrisy of Attacking Muslim Schools for “Segregation”

"Are we to believe that segregation for the non-Muslim ruling class is okay but it has a negative impact on Muslim children?"

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“Segregation” of boys and girls in Islamic school ruled unlawful

...in the same week as a BBC investigation revealed shocking institutional failures surrounding an explosion in child-on-child sexual abuse in mixed schools across the country...

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Investigation reveals shocking increase in sexual assault amongst children

Rapes between under-18s rose to an average of one every four hours...

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What’s the problem with Women-only train carriages?

Shadow Minister Chris Williamson and MP for Derby North is being censured for his comments on the proposed implementation of women-only carriages on trains. After sharing statistics on the rise of sexual assaults Williamson said, “It would be worth consulting about it,” Williamsom told PoliticsHome. “It was pooh-poohed, but these statistics

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Sexual harassment “epidemic” at universities

An investigation carried out by The Guardian has uncovered what it calls ‘epidemic levels’ of sexual harassment at UK universities. It reports almost 300 claims against staff being made in six years, which victims and lawyers have called just “the tip of the iceberg”. Freedom of information (FoI) requests were

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IERA vindicated after three-year long investigation by Charity Commission?

On Friday 4 November 2016 the Charity Commission published its concluding report into the statutory investigation into the Islamic Education & Research Academy (iERA). This investigation began in 2013 as a result of many malicious allegations against iERA from Islamophobic organisations, thinktanks and journalists, which appear now to have been