A Religious and spiritual identity
Name a range of religious and spiritual groups that people belong to in the UK.
How do the beliefs of these groups affect individuals and society?
What are your own experiences of living and working with people who hold different religious or spiritual beliefs?
B Refugees and asylum seekers
Why do people become refugees or asylum seekers?
What is life like as a refugee or asylum seeker in the UK?
Do European nations do enough for refugees and asylum seekers?
Local, national, religious and ethnic diversity Websites:
www.disability.gov.uk/drc(Disability Rights Commission)
www.cre.gov.uk(Commission for Racial Equality)
www.chweekly.co.uk(Contemporary History Weekly; includes information on debates)
www.channel4.com/blackhistorymap(Channel 4 Black & Asian History Map)
www.statistics.gov.uk(includes national and regional statistics for the UK)
www.homeoffice.gov.uk/ppd/oppu/slawr.htm(Macpherson Report and progress following
www.qca.org.uk('Respect for all' - diversity and anti-racist education through the curriculum)
www.globaldimension.org.uk(Citizenship education: the global dimension (Development Education Association))
www.kickitout.org(‘Kick racism out of football’ campaign)
www.srtrc.org('Show racism the red card')
www.britkid.org(BritKid) www.unhcr.ch(United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)