Religion or Belief: your experiences

Research by the Equality and Human Rights Commision (EHRC): 'Religion or Belief: Tell us about your experiences'

Has your religion or belief, or that of other people, affected your experiences in the workplace or the services you receive as part of your daily life? Or perhaps they impact on you as an employer or manager?  If so, the EHRC wants to hear from you, whether your experiences are good or bad.

EHRC wants to gather as much information as they can from employees, service users, employers, service providers, trade unions, legal advisors and religion or belief groups so that they can assess how a person’s religion or belief, or lack of it, is taken into account at work and when using services.

This major call for evidence is part of EHRC's three year programme to strengthen understanding of religion or belief in public life, to improve knowledge of what happens in practice and to make sure that the laws which are in place to protect everyone’s right to be treated with fairness, dignity and respect are effective.

The call for evidence is being conducted by independent research organisation NatCen Social Research.
It’s easy for you to share your experiences.

- Take part by answering questions online NOW
- or Print questions relevant to you for consideration and copy and paste your responses into the online survey later
- Find out more information

Simply click on your preferred option above. All information collected will be in confidence.

Contributions must be made completed by 14th October 2014.

Source EHRC: http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/about-us/our-work/key-projects/religion-or-belief-tell-us-about-your-experiences

Final preparations are being made to the Dorset One World Festival

Dorset One World Festival - Saturday 9th August 2014 – 11-5pm – FREE, Borough Gardens, Dorchester

Final preparations are being made to the Dorset One World Festival, a celebration of the diversity of cultures in Dorset through world music, dance, food and activities.

The programme of live music and dance spans the globe with performances from artists from China, Africa, India, Chile, Europe and the Caribbean.

You can enjoy a wide selection of cuisines from the Global Food Village whilst soaking up the cultural sight and sounds in the lovely setting of the Borough Gardens, Dorchester.

Workshops and demonstrations include: Bollywood Dance, African Drumming, Kabbadi sport, traditional clothes show, visual exhibitions, cooking demonstrations, plus a poetry & history walk of the gardens, an interactive art sculpture and a Kids Zone for crafts and face painting.

Read more: Final preparations are being made to the Dorset One World Festival

 

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