It is unlawful to discriminate against a person on the grounds of their religion or belief. All religions have a variety and range of doctrinal beliefs, which may have different values and customs. Fair treatment involves taking difference into account, not treating everyone the same.
Discrimination on the grounds of religion has always been unacceptable at UCL and is one of its founding principles.
|Religion and belief: guidance for managers||Religion and belief equality policy for students||Diversity Calendar 2016-17|
|Last updated: 13th February 2017|