The regulations apply to all aspects of employment. They make it unlawful on the grounds of religion or belief. A one page flier in pdf format.
The regulations apply to all aspects of employment. They make it unlawful on the grounds of religion or belief. A three fold leaflet in PDF format.
Our gurdwaras and other Sikh organisations exist to promote an understanding and commitment to Sikh teachings on the oneness of God, the timeless Creator of all that exists. The ethos of Sikh organisations is centred on recognition of the complete equality of all human beings, including the fully equality of women, and a total commitment to a life of service to God through service to His Creation.
RELIGION AND SOCIETY
Author: DR INDARJIT SINGH
Religion and Society
A Sikh Perspective
Dr Indarjit Singh
Lord Janner, Friends
We meet this evening conscious of the terrible suicide bombings in London less than 10 days back, and our sympathies and condolences go out to the friends and families of the innocent victims.
Killing in the name of religion is nothing new. Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith was himself a witness to the Mughal invasion of India and the atrocities against the mostly Hindu population. The Guru, reflecting on the bigotry used to justify such killings, put the blame firmly on the divisive packaging of competing faiths, as superior and exclusive paths to God, or, as ‘the final revelation’.
Author: Dr Indarjit Singh, Director NSO
Over the last few months, the Sikh community has been saddened by the suicide of three young women, due to family pressures. To help avoid such tragic happenings the Network of Sikh Organisations (NSO) has decided to establish a Sikh Women’s Support Group, to ensure such tragedies are avoided in future and to support those in difficulties.
Women experiencing major difficulties within the family or in marital relationships can phone to talk, discuss and seek advice on issues that are seriously concerning them.
NETWORK OF SIKH ORGANISATIONS
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-2007
Throughout the year, the Network of Sikh Organisations (NSO) has been involved in a range of religious, social and cultural activities, often involving the wider community. This report contains an outline of this work.
WORKING WITH GOVERNMENT AND NATRIONAL BODIES