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Episode 2

Episode 2 of 21

Nicky Campbell presides over a special debate recorded at Queen Mary University of London, asking just one question - should human rights always outweigh religious rights?

Nicky Campbell presides over a special debate recorded at Queen Mary University of London, asking just one question - should human rights always outweigh religious rights?

Amongst those taking part are David Lammy MP, Maajid Nawaz from The Quilliam Foundation, Rev Lynda Rose from Voice for Justice, philosopher Dr Stephen Law, prof Tina Beattie from Roehampton Univeristy, Davis Mac-Iyalla from LGBT Christians in Exile, Rev Betty King, Charlie Klendjian from the Lawyers' Secular Scoiety, Muslim community organiser Sahar Al-Faifi, Rev Sharon Ferguson from the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, Harmaner Singh from Sikhs in England and Rabbi Neil Janes from the Liberal Jewish Synagogue.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 12 Jan 2014 10:00

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Should human rights always outweigh religious rights?

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Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Nicky Campbell
Participant David Lammy
Participant Maajid Nawaz
Participant Lynda Rose
Participant Stephen Law
Participant Tina Beattie
Participant Davis Mac-Iyalla
Participant Betty King
Participant Charlie Klendjian
Participant Sahar Al-Faifi
Participant Sharon Ferguson
Participant Harmander Singh
Participant Neil Janes
Editor Jill Robinson
Director Rob Hopkin

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