OPINION: Government must end religious discrimination in Irish schools

Schools should be welcoming places that allow all children and staff to feel included, not places where religious discrimination is allowed without being controlled. Through David Graham and Alison Moore, Equality in Education The debate over the role of religion in our education system has swirled for years. A growing number of families want to send their children to school …

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Raven Tribe Members Look To The Past To Try To Alleviate COVID-19 Symptoms

Members of the Crow tribe have used traditional means to relieve symptoms of COVID-19. Crow Agency’s Noel Two Leggins created a tea that uses medicinal herbs like sage, bear root, and mint to soothe symptoms of COVID-19 in its tribal members. “The tribes of the Plains Indians and the people of this continent had to find, you know, natural medicines …

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Guru Nanak Jayanti celebrated with religious fervor

AMN / WEB OFFICE Guru Nanak Jayanti or Gurpurab is celebrated with religious fervor across India and the world today. It marks the birth of the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, who laid the foundation for Sikhism. This year marks the 552nd anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. On this day, devotees around the world …

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The art of celebration: a thousand-year-old land has turned around

One of the most famous Chinese artists of the 20th century, Dong Xiwen, painted “The Land of a Thousand Years Turned Around” in 1963. It shows Tibetan serfs taking ownership of their own land and working for their own interests. After the founding of New China in 1949, the Chinese central government adopted a policy of peaceful liberation of Tibet. …

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History based on UNHCR and Kontinentalist data reveals policy loopholes on Rohingya people | News | SDG Knowledge Center

The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and Kontinentalist– a data-driven storytelling studio in Singapore – collaborated to produce a data-driven visual story of the Rohingya Muslim minority from predominantly Buddhist Rakhine State in Myanmar, crossing the Andaman Sea in search of ‘a refuge in Southeast Asia. Visualizations, audio interviews, images and interactive maps use geospatial, quantitative and qualitative data to …

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Religious Discrimination Bill Will Break State Equality Protections, Education Union Warns | australian politics

The Coalition’s religious discrimination bill could deprive states of the power to regulate the hiring practices of religious institutions, have warned equality advocates and the Independent Education Union. Equality Australia and the IEU have said that provisions in the bill designed to allow institutions such as schools to hire staff on the basis of faith could interfere with impending changes …

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A hot rod before its time: Ford’s model A, with a boost

Dominic Palazzolo occasionally shows up at auto shows and cruises, but he is far from a typical enthusiast. The elevated 1930 Ford Model A he drives is a “gow job,” a hot rod before the term “hot rod” was coined: a car built almost exclusively with mechanical components from the 1930s, but capable. to beat a lot of modern automobiles. …

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Muslims persecuted for faith in India, say families at US congressional briefing – Kashmir Media Service

Washington, DC, November 18 (KMS): Muslim prisoners of conscience jailed in India on false criminal charges continue to be beaten, tortured and other forms of violence for exposing the government’s persecution of religious minorities, said their families at a US Congressional Briefing titled “Prisoners of Conscience in India”. The Indian American Muslim Council said in a statement that participants in …

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Buddhist objects recovered from the bed of the Baitarani river in Bhadrak

Bhandaripokhari: Several Buddhist objects, including pottery, were recovered on Tuesday from the bed of the Baitarani river in the region of Maninathpur (Chabisikuda) under the Bhandaripokhari block in the district of Bhadrak, which were handed over to the authorities of the Boudha Vihar museum in Sholampur on Wednesday. . According to a source, villagers led by researcher Biswamber Rout recovered …

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