Equality Act 2006 – Schools http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:QWvmqgSV3FIJ:www.governornet.co.uk/linkAttachments/Equality%2520Act%2520Part%25202%2520Guidance%2520for%2520Schools.doc+Equality+Act+for+Schools&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=uk
And, "lest we forget", the ‘fight’ for freedom, esp, as regards to: ‘children and the vulnerable, and in Schools’ – is still ON! If what we all are after is peace, would it not be better to marginalise some degrees of religion – levels of religiosity, and to marginalise some degrees of secularism – levels of no religion and no morality: all that without any ‘morality’. Not that either have any particular monopoly on morality at present, it may ultimately be found (if we are careful) within our science. Ref, J.Bronowski ‘The Ascent Of Man’ – ‘The Long Childhood’ – BBC Shop. (Knowledge/Art – Tribal/Pastoralism/Herders, relationship to religion/culture/societies and the Classics – Erasmus, in his enlightenment, going beyond Godhead (s) and the ‘closed system’ of Koestlers "clever imbeciles". "Thank God for Saint Socrates" – The future of knowledge/art and ‘questioning’ critical in the ‘Ascent of Man’ so lacking in the static cultures/today’s failed societies, esp, in the young. Closed societies and failing civilizations, some, and inherent dangers, Near/Far East. Suggestions for children to question, and not to be – indoctrinated/brainwashed/repetitive language of the ‘closed system’ – study: prehistory/primitive man/primitive culture/tribalism/herders/evolution; and how religion came about, from where and how it all has been formatted/designed – why so appealing, and why so necessary in some societies/cultures and its common relationship to survival)
Religion does more harm than good – poll www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2006/dec/23/religion.topstories3/ UK’s a, ‘knowledge based culture’.
"Because it’s hard" John F Kennedy http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7626944.stm
Tony Blair ‘Faith and Globalization’ USA Lecture Tour http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7626535.stm
"The trouble with evil is that it just keeps on coming out to play Mr Nice Guy or Mr Average". ‘The Gulag Archipelago’ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
And, Colin Renfrew ‘Prehistory’ – My note: a ‘matrix in global understanding’ and the individual ‘responsible’ global consciousness, abridged, see, ‘books’. "’Realities’ of the modern world are institutional facts – products of concepts and social relationships worked out a millennia ago in prehistoric times. Cities of Sumer or of Mesoamerica and the (compelling) belief systems of Karnac or of Teotihuacan. We should recall them, at a time when globalisation is complete, and there is uniformity in the contemporary world".