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The exemption of teachers from fair employment legislation "has passed its sell-by date," MLAs have been told. The recruitment of teachers is exempt from
legislation outlawing religious discrimination in Northern Ireland.
Aldi has removed a label on its beef dish after the supermarket received complaints from Hindu customers. However, the supermarket came up against yet more
backlash as shoppers pointed out that not all Hindus adhere to the no-beef rule.
In a letter to all members of Congress, the US bishops' conference voiced strong opposition to the Equality Act, a series of measures designed to end
discrimination against US citizens on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
South Australia this week became the final Australian jurisdiction to partially decriminalise abortion. While this is a positive step, important legal
hurdles to abortion access remain in South Australia and around the country, say Erica Millar and Barbara Baird.
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