Dignitatis Humanae Institute is troubled by the last decision of British Government
Times.amgot a message fromDignitatis Humanae Institute which expresses troubles about the last decision from British Government about the prohibition of having cross at the work place. Here is the message:
“The British Government is threatening to further undermine religious liberty by arguing that Christians do not have a right to wear a cross or crucifix openly at work.
According to a March 10tharticle in the Daily Telegraph, ministers will fight a case at the European Court of Human Rights in which two British women will seek to establish their right to display the cross. They will argue that “because it is not a “requirement” of the Christian faith, employers can ban the wearing of the cross and sack workers who insist on doing so,” the Telegraph reports.
It is the first time that the Government has been forced to state whether it backs the right of Christians to wear the symbol at work.
The Christian women bringing the case, Nadia Eweida and Shirley Chaplin, claim that they were discriminated against when their employers banned them from wearing a cross. They want the
Lord Alton of Liverpool told the Dignitatis Humanae Institute: “In the most subtle way, we in
The Catholic peer, who heads the Cross Party Working Group on Human Dignity, added: “What makes this stance particularly strange is that only last month the leader of a British Government delegation on a visit to the
Times.am wants to remind that just some months ago British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the Christian values must certainly be protected and appreciated.Հետևեք մեզ նաև Telegram-ում