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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has launched a major call for evidence from individuals and organisations about how their religion or belief (or that of other people) has affected their experiences in the workplace and in using the services and facilities they need in everyday life.
This is an important opportunity to help the EHRC better understand the issues involved in protecting freedom of religion and belief. The research will inform future advice to employers and government. So please participate if you can.
A Christian registrar who was sacked for indicating she would not be willing to conduct same-sex weddings has been reinstated after a successful appeal.
Margaret Jones (54), a Senior Deputy Registrar at Bedford register office, was dismissed for 'gross misconduct' after confirming she believed that marriage can only be between one man and one woman, and that she would be unable to conduct same-sex 'marriages' on account of her Christian faith.
The judgment is expected shortly by the Court of Appeal in the case of Christian Legal Centre client, Nohad Halawi, who was dismissed from her job at Heathrow airport after her comments were incorrectly perceived by Muslim colleagues as being offensive to Islam.
Christan Concern has launched an exciting new initiative: church partnership - a formal relationship between Christian Concern and your local church. We believe that it will bring glory to God and great benefit to your church and our nation.
The idea of church partnership has grown out of an understanding that our ministry and the ministry of the local church are complementary.
Christian Concern exists to speak of Jesus Christ in public life. We do this in the courts, in Government and in the media.
By doing so, we aim to put the hope of Christ at the heart of our nation.
We can only do this work with the support of people like you. If you'd like to support us, please make a donation by clicking the button below.