Religious Pluralism

How to Really Make Multiculturalism Work

Elizabeth Oldfield | Posted 19.08.2013 | UK Politics
Elizabeth Oldfield

It didn't used to be like this. 50 years ago, in most parts of the country, you not only knew your neighbours but there was a reasonable chance that they were pretty much like you. You were involved in common local activities and institutions. Religiously, you probably behaved, believed and belonged in the same way as everyone else.

Is Pakistan's Advertising Industry the Best in the World?

Ben Mirza | Posted 14.01.2013 | Home
Ben Mirza

Of course, some may sneer at the Pakistani advertising industry, for their traditional portrayals of family life and gender defined roles, but what must be remembered is that the commercial is no place for gender politics.

The Power Of Unity: Religious Pluralism In The U.K.

Rabbi Mark Goldsmith | Posted 04.09.2011 | UK
Rabbi Mark Goldsmith

Britain is a comfortable place to come into contact with faiths other than your own. This does not often get far beneath enjoying each others less challenging rituals or volunteering together for a shared community need.