Tuesday, 9 January 2018

NUS ignore Jews?

The National Union of Students (NUS) missed out Judaism as an option in a survey question on students’ religions, just six months after the same omission was made on an earlier questionnaire.

In both instances, a question about students’ religions gave the following options: “Buddhist”, “Christian”, “Hindu”, “Muslim”, “Sikh”, “Spiritual”, “Agnostic”, “Atheist”, “Any other religion or belief”, “Other”, and “Prefer not to say”.

After the first omission in July, Shakira Martin, NUS president, said the situation would be dealt with.

Strangely this has not been reported by the BBC, I wonder why.

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