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20 Nov 2013
20 Nov 2013
13 Nov 2013
anti islamic sentiment | Burqa | discrimination | full veil | Islamic dress | Religious symbols | Faith | Religion General | Secularism | Religion
The issue of religious-inspired face coverings worn by some Muslim women has caused controversy in many countries in Europe. For some people, these face...
12 Oct 2013
This house believes it should be a socially acceptable norm for women to propose to men for marrige.
12 Jul 2013
10 Jan 2013
Catholic Church | Church | contraception | Family planning | Family values | Gender | Marriage | Philippines | poverty | Reproductive Health Bill | sex | Family | Marriage | Religions | Religion | Society
To describe the political progress of the Reproductive Health Bill through the parliament of the Philippines as tortuous would be an understatement. However,...
25 Nov 2012
26 Oct 2012
foreign policy | Human rights | International Relations | Religious freedom | States | Religion General | Living with difference | Global | Religions | Secularism | Free Speech Debate | International | Religion
Religion is largely ignored from foreign policy and from literature about how foreign policy should be determined. Religious freedom is likewise for the most...
28 Sep 2012
Arranged marriages | diaspora | forced marriages | Gender | south Asian | Violence | Women | Family | Marriage | Religion | Society
Although arranged marriages are an entrenched cultural norm in many European-Asian communities, there is still a lot of controversy over their practice...