What is Inclusion?

Dr Simon Duffy | Posted 09.05.2016 | UK Politics
Dr Simon Duffy

It's time we all joined this revolution. It's time we put behind us all the walls and exclusions. It's time we recognised the value of every human being. It's time to build a world where everybody matters. That's what inclusion means.

Ofsted Inspectors Segregated By Dividing Screen At Islamic School

The Huffington Post | George Bowden | Posted 16.05.2016 | UK Universities & Education

An independent Islamic faith school previously criticised for failing to "promote British values" has been found to segregate male and female staff du...

Broadmoor - Inside Britain's Highest Security Psychiatric Hospital

Sharon Sutton | Posted 10.03.2016 | UK
Sharon Sutton

Entry to Broadmoor takes time and strict protocol. It houses 210 patients behind its walls whom have serious mental disorders. New construction to transform the building took place in 2014 which was a £242 million pound project. Prior to this there were talks of turning it into a hotel.

Prisons: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Juliet Lyon | Posted 23.12.2015 | UK Politics
Juliet Lyon

Over half of the 50 prisoners interviewed for the study reported three or more mental health problems including anxiety, depression, anger, difficulty in concentration, insomnia, and an increased risk of self-harm. Almost half of the 49 officers interviewed said that they would benefit from more mental health training and that further training should be offered.

Tolerance Isn't Enough - We Need Integration

Jon Yates | Posted 13.11.2015 | UK
Jon Yates

4.4 million people. That's roughly the same population size as the Republic of Ireland or Croatia. Half of London. Or, put another way, four more Birm...

'Gender Segregation Is Discrimination' - So Why Does the EHRC Allow for Exemptions?

Chris Moos | Posted 20.09.2014 | UK Politics
Chris Moos

Equality is a human right that cannot be 'exempted away' - especially when this means providing cover for the multi-faithist ideology of a political class that is so much about faith and so little about basic human rights, including the right to practice one's religion without being subject to gender discrimination.

London Less Integrated Than the Rest of the Country, Report Finds

Eric Kaufmann | Posted 01.09.2014 | UK
Eric Kaufmann

Exactly why the middle bands of the class structure, which contains around half the population, contain less ethnic interaction is unclear. One explanation mooted by social theorists is that this group has less of an achieved status than the professional class, and therefore invests more strongly in its ethnic identity...

Is the PC Culture Alienating People With Disabilities and Those From Other Minorities

Dr Nicholas M. Almond | Posted 08.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Nicholas M. Almond

People with cerebral palsy can remember when SCOPE was called The Spastic Society. Now we have a culture where political correctness has overtaken and one cannot use the term 'disabled' or 'mentally handicapped' or even 'handicapped'; instead we have to use the terms 'less-abled' or 'learning difficulties'. Is this really required

White Flight in England?

Eric Kaufmann | Posted 19.02.2014 | UK Politics
Eric Kaufmann

Why are whites leaving diversity so much more than minorities? Counterurbanisation doesn't explain the pattern since working and lower-middle class white British opt for homogeneity more than their professional/managerial counterparts.

Ironically Named 'Student Rights' Group Exposed by Actual Students

Hilary Aked | Posted 15.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Hilary Aked

Why, up till now, has Student Rights hidden the fact that it is a Henry Jackson Society project from students and the media? The fact that it has 'never denied' the link hardly smacks of transparency or accountability. It should not be down to students to start a campaign to point out the affiliations or funding of an organisation operating in the public sphere.

Gender Segregated Seating: Why the Uproar?

Shohana Khan | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Shohana Khan

Then the fact that segregation is being facilitated between men and women, by men and women in Islamic societies, shows the commitment to cater for both genders. Discriminating against women would mean denying women entry, or any participation in the venue. Neither of these takes place.

Topless Protests Are Not the Answer

Nadeine Asbali | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Nadeine Asbali

Please, do not dictate how Muslim women should feel based on your own limited and intrinsically biased worldview. Don't attempt to remould our entire paradigm. And especially, don't insult all that it means to be a feminist by implying that women need to show their bare chest in order to be heard.

Universities Can Segregate Men And Women, Says New Guidance

The Huffington Post UK | Lucy Sherriff | Posted 25.11.2013 | UK Universities & Education

Universities can segregate by gender in talks from external speakers, as long as men and women are sat side by side and not one in front of the other,...

High School 'Segregates' Students At Lunch According To Grades

The Huffington Post UK | Jade Osadebe | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Universities & Education

A US school has come under fire for "segregating" its students based on their grades, telling pupils with low scores to separate themselves from their...

Pupils At Risk Of Being Segregated By Class And Race In Schools, Warns Study

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 04.09.2013 | UK Universities & Education

Britain's schoolchildren are at risk of being segregated by class and race due to repeated attempts to introduce different types of state schools, a s...

Arab Bedouin Denied Entry To Israeli Swimming Pool

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK

An undercover journalist has secretly filmed a clerk at a sports facility in Israel apparently implying its "locals-only policy" is to keep out Bedoui...

Stop Demonising the Mainstream Muslim Community, the Biggest Barrier to Violent Extremism

Omar Ali | Posted 27.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Omar Ali

Sadly the Woolwich atrocity has been followed up by a wave of anti-Muslim violent extremism - a mosque that was petrol bombed last night is just one of many violent attacks on mosques, Muslims and their property in Britain.

Defending the Right of - Muslim - Students

Chris Moos | Posted 23.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Chris Moos

Whether or not students want to segregate, in a liberal and democratic society the right to practising one's faith stops where one starts imposing it on others. Contrary to what some assert, there is no right of the religiously observant to impose their sensibilities on others.

'Sleepwalking Into Segregation'

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.05.2013 | UK

A "retreat" of white Britons from areas where minorities live is limiting cultural integration, according to research by think tank Demos. Analysis of...

We Tolerate Each Other - But We Are Far From Integrated

Jon Yates | Posted 30.04.2013 | UK Politics
Jon Yates

The UK has a segregation problem. When we open our eyes we can see it. We see it when we visit our schools, we see it when we walk round our neighbourhoods, we see it when we look at our friends. By age, income and race - our country divides every morning and every evening.

'White Flight' From London?

Eric Kaufmann | Posted 20.02.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Eric Kaufmann

Of all the changes announced by the 2011 census, one of the most startling is the rapid change in the ethnic composition of London's population. This has caught experts by surprise and reflects an underestimate of the extent to which white British people have opted to leave an increasingly diverse London.

Ed, English and Embarrassment

Danny Dorling | Posted 13.02.2013 | UK Politics
Danny Dorling

The precise words that Ed Miliband used in his immigration speech on 14 December will not matter. Whatever careful caveats inserted to try to counter any claims that he was blowing the rhetorical whistle of race will be ignored.

Stop Criticising 'Girls'; Start Criticising Yourself

Jemimah Steinfeld | Posted 22.12.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jemimah Steinfeld

Girls features an exclusively white cast both in terms of its main characters and its peripheral ones, and this has been a source of much condemnation. But instead of criticising Girls and Lena Dunham, its writer, we should really criticise ourselves.

Advocates of Bussing Should Learn From British History and not Just the US

Vicki Butler | Posted 04.12.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Vicki Butler

In the mid 1960s, following a recommendation from the then Department for Education and Science (in a circular entitled "Spreading the Children") two local authorities with high ethnic minority populations - Ealing and Bradford - decided to introduce bussing. Little archival information exists about bussing in Bradford but records in the National Archives show that in Ealing the policy was toxic.

Are Our Schools Socially Divided?

PA | Posted 02.10.2012 | UK Universities & Education

All bright children should be given the chance to go to private school, an education expert said today, as he warned that the UK's schools are sociall...