Gender segregation in faith schools, Mahant Swami Maharaj UK visit, Moral issues of food waste
The Court of Appeal says a faith school's policy of segregating boys from girls is unlawful sex discrimination, what are the implications?
An Islamic faith school's policy of segregating boys from girls is unlawful sex discrimination, court of appeal judges have ruled. What are the implications?
The new global spiritual head of the Swaminarayan Hindu organisation is in the UK this week in the run up to Diwali. Mahant Swami Maharaj's first official visit as leader of the BAPS Swaminarayan sect has been attracting thousands of daily worshippers - Vishva Samani went along to meet them.
Senior Anglican Bishops have accused the Church of England's main insurer of "horse-trading" in the way it treats survivors of clergy sex abuse. The Archbishop of Canterbury has asked for a review of the way Lambeth Palace deals with those who have been abused in a church context. Donna Birrell reports.
We report from Germany's oldest folk festival that celebrates St Lullus, a monk who travelled from Wiltshire to Germany in the 700s and is credited with spreading Christianity in Europe.
A High Court Judge has ruled the Government's policy on torture victims is unlawful. Freedom From Torture tell us what the implications are for vulnerable people when a government changes their definition of torture. Jonathan Clark, Bishop of Croydon and Chair of the Churches' Refugee Network explains his response to the ruling.
And ahead of World Food Day on Monday, Bob Walker reports from a church in Bristol hosting an event to highlight the moral issues of food waste.