Chris Moos

Secularist activist & equality campaigner

Chris is a PhD student at the London School of Economics and a nominee for the Irwin Prize for Secularist of the Year 2014
Gender Segregation: LSE and Its Students' Union Are Breaking Equality Law - And Trying to Get Away With

Gender Segregation: LSE and Its Students' Union Are Breaking Equality Law - And Trying to Get Away With It

Universities around the country are breaking the law, sacrificing gender equality in order to appease the demands of increasingly extreme and sexist religious student groups. Will it take homosexuals or the non-religious to disappear behind seven foot separation walls for universities to understand that as much as racial equality, gender equality is a basic human right?
22/03/2016 11:03 GMT
Defending the Right of - Muslim -

Defending the Right of - Muslim - Students

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.
24/05/2013 12:34 BST