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Week Five: Separation of Church and State

The phrase ‘Separation of Church and State’ is one that is frequently used in the United States of America. Baptists striving for religious tolerance in Virginia, whose official state religion was then Anglican initially coined it. 621 more words


Week four: refugee crisis

In the latter part of 2015 more than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe, sparking a crisis as countries struggled to cope with the influx. 673 more words


Week Three: Patronage of Schools

The issue of patronage has been a hot topic issue in Ireland for a number of years. The vast majority, 96% of primary schools are owned and under the patronage of religious denominations and approximately 90% of these schools are owned and under the patronage of the Catholic Church.  878 more words


Week two: Terror attacks

Over the past number of years the world has become familiar with the unspeakable cruelty and violence of the group called the ISIL, Islamic State, or Daesh in Arabic, through tragic events such as the assault of a number of secular bloggers and publishers in Bangladesh and terror attacks on holiday makers in Tunisia. 520 more words


Week one: Good News

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From our class discussion on the perception of religion in media, a singular point was raised on numerous occasions, how religion is often portrayed in a negative light by the media. 382 more words

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How can a volcano kill you?

In Geography lessons you’ll study the risks of living near volcanoes: most students remembering video footage shown in class of red hot lava forcing you to run for your life. 108 more words

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Chinese New Year of The Monkey News Report

Going ape for monkeys: Lunar New Year themed coins and stamps a boom for businesses in China

The Year of the Monkey will begin February 8… 118 more words