A Rastafarian schoolboy, who was threatened with suspension for refusing to cut his dreadlocks, can return to school without cutting his hair.
Religion & Belief
Human rights means societies must respect all religious beliefs, including the right not to believe. People must be free to practice a religion in private and public.
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Employers must respect religious beliefs
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Mrs Eweida, a British Airways employee, was prevented from wearing a visible Christian cross with her uniform. She won her case - her right to religious freedom had been violated. BA changed its policy.