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Segregated students

From the Revd Dr Nigel Scotland

Sir, - The recent proposal to allow some women to sit separately from men at university lectures addressed by Muslim speakers sends a clear signal to this nation that not all women are treated as equals. This is a fundamental human right.

Surely this nation cannot allow any women to be treated in subservient ways in any of the nation's public buildings or spaces.

NIGEL SCOTLAND
Trinity College
Stoke Hill
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Fri 29 Aug 14 @ 10:33
RT @CanonIMG@Steven_Croft @churchtimes churches can be a beacon of hope in these situations if we roll up our sleeves and get working together

Fri 29 Aug 14 @ 10:32
@WealandsBell Happy returns home. The cartoon by @davewalker today is appropriately on the Peace (though it is on the letters page)