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Hindus and their vested interests: Caste and the National Secular Society

On 21 December 2014, the Sunday Times newspaper printed an article by the title “Cameron ‘blocks ban on caste bias’”. The article cites unnamed senior Whitehall sources who say that David Cameron has blocked a proposal to extend the discrimination … Continue reading

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A House of Lords debate on poverty and caste discrimination in India: Continuing foreign interference in India’s internal affairs

A debate on poverty and caste discrimination in India took place in the British House of Lords on Wednesday 26 November 2014. While the debate ostensibly brought together the themes of poverty and caste, its implications range well beyond them … Continue reading

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Asking about reasonable accommodation in England

Link to article here. Abstract Interviews conducted with leading actors in England asking a range of questions about religious diversity and the legal framework and, in particular, about reasonable accommodation, helped identify a number of areas of concern. There was … Continue reading

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