An Italian court rules against carrying the Kirpan by Sikh men, igniting debate on human rights and religious freedom
An evening of dialogue at Manchester Students’ Union to celebrate and encourage integration between religious communities
The Innocents explores the harrowing effects of rape on a group of Polish nuns after World War Two
Idris Khan presents an innovative and intriguing new exhibition at the Whitworth, Hannah Foy takes a look
Manchester’s tolerant, accepting, and celebratory attitude is a wonderful thing, and a community in which we all should take part
Alex Daniel argues for humanity’s sake, that we shouldn’t underestimate the tragedy of IS destroying an ancient city and the heritage it represents
The importance of religion to your culture has a significant effect on whether it becomes a duty or a liberty, and with that knowledge, we can really understand the link between religion and extremism
It’s not too late for religions to shed their homophobic and socially irrelevant image—they just need to take a more positive, metaphorical, and liberal approach
Lauren Wills defends the inviolable right to freedom of speech and how it should be used to criticise intolerant and hateful views
The unstoppable force of Christmas is here to stay, so listen to Joe Evans, grab a bottle of your finest festive booze and enjoy every second of it. There’s no reason not to!
David Brierley has written us a short piece on whether or not the LGBT community can coexist with religion without issue.
Ben Farren and Samuel Gilmore argue each side of the coin in answer to the question: Is religion detrimental to society?