Trinity Western Christian University has lost its legal battle over accreditation for the planned law school department. In a 7-2 decision, the supreme of Canada ruled that " it is proportionate and reasonable to limit religious rights to ensure open, access for LGBT students." The majority of the justices found the law societies of British… Continue reading Canada Bans Faith from the Public Sqaure
REGULATING LAWYERS IN ZAMBIA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE Posted on April 10, 2017 by Elias Munshya, MBA, LLM, MA, MDIV 2 comments By Elias Munshya, LLM, MBA, M.DIV. Professional regulation of lawyers must be undergirded by several principles. First, the legal profession must be self-regulating. Self-regulation in the context of lawyers means that lawyers license themselves, assess the ritual fitness of… Continue reading REGULATING LAWYERS IN ZAMBIA: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
The FBI will make its employees undergo bias training, Director Christopher A. Wray promised Thursday, after a devastating report found the bureau made bad decisions, has a culture of leaking sensitive information, and may have skewed campaign-season decisions because of bias. New text messages released by the Justice Department inspector general showing conversations between Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok… Continue reading FBI orders bias training for employees after latest embarrassing emails
Is Russia worthy of hosting the World Cup? David Rowe, Western Sydney University This article is the first in a five-part World Cup series exploring the politics, economics and social issues behind the world’s most popular sport event. With the FIFA World Cup just days away, I have been chatting with people on my… Continue reading Is Russia worthy of hosting the World Cup?
Below is a list of Zambia’s Most Bizarre and Notorious People ALICE LENSHINA Alice Lenshina was a female “spiritual leader” who formed and led a religious sect in Northern Province. Her followers claimed she had immense divine powers. Her influence grew to the extent that it made government restless. Rumour has it that government went… Continue reading The 10 Most Dangerous people in Zambia’s History
The Supreme Court held Monday a Christian baker’s religious liberty was violated when Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission penalized him for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. The 7 to 2 ruling found the Colorado Civil Rights Commission did not view the baker’s case with “religious neutrality.” “The reason and motive for… Continue reading Supreme Court sides with Christian baker in same-sex wedding cake case
Figures from 2012, show there were 961 thousand single parent homes, which is 15% of the Australian population. About 67% of them had dependants living with them, of the 961 single-parent families, 780 where single mothers making up the majority of the single parent population. In the United States, the prevalence of single mothers is partly… Continue reading Effects of Fatherlessness on Children’s Development
Roseanne's implosion: when art, freedom of speech and social media collide Sarah Joseph, Monash University Another one bites the dust. In posting a racist tweet that resulted in the US network ABC summarily cancelling her show, Roseanne Barr joins a long line of people who have blown up their career with a social media… Continue reading Roseanne’s implosion: when art, freedom of speech and social media collide
The South Australian equal opportunity Commission has criticised private schools for their policy on uniforms. Saying “the enforcement of gender stereotypes limits students potential.” Dr Niki Vincent said, “making girls wear skirts and dresses while boys wear shorts or pants encourages children to adhere to set gender roles and perpetuates damaging stereotypes that can limits… Continue reading South Australian private schools are facing gender discrimination complaints about their Uniform policies.