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Ep 26: Hindutva with Gita Sahgal

Posted: Thu, 21 May 2020

Emma Park speaks to Gita Sahgal, a human rights activist and honorary associate of the NSS, about secularism in India, and the threats it's facing from the Hindutva movement endorsed by the Modi government.

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Bonus Ep 01: Behind the scenes at Secularism 2019

Bonus Ep 01: Behind the scenes at Secularism 2019

Posted: Wed, 24 Jul 2019

Here's a little bonus content from Secularism which was originally going to be in our post conference review.

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Ep 10: Secularism 2019 | Conference review

Posted: Wed, 05 Jun 2019

Helen Nicholls, Megan Manson and Alastair Lichten joined Chris Sloggett for a review of our recent conference (Secularism 2019: Reclaiming Religious Freedom). They discuss some of the speakers, key takeaways and how these will continue to influence our work going forward.

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Ep 09: Simon Barrow | Exploring religious freedom

Posted: Wed, 08 May 2019

Continuing our series of discussions exploring religious freedom, Alastair Lichten spoke with Simon Barrow. Simon is the director of Ekklesia - a Christian think tank focusing on politics, social justice and belief. Simon is a commentator, journalist, publisher, NGO consultant, adult educator/trainer and theologian.

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Ep 08: Izzy Posen | Exploring religious freedom

Ep 08: Izzy Posen | Exploring religious freedom

Posted: Wed, 17 Apr 2019

Continuing our series of discussions exploring religious freedom, Alastair Lichten spoke with Izzy Posen. Izzy grew up in the Chasidic community and attended an illegal, unregistered school where corporal punishment was routinely used, particularly to silence children who asked questions. He is now president of Bristol University's Free Speech Society.

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