Celebration of Diversity

“The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is comprised of diverse individuals and speaks to the abundance and diversity of human expression, human experience, and human background. What makes us unique is what makes us strong as a country, and differences shall be celebrated and respected with an aim of mutual understanding. No individual or group of individuals possess a monopoly over the definition of what constitutes Britain and one’s difference—on any dimension—does not undermine their membership of the country should they be legally defined as a citizen.”


Moderator: If you like this idea, you may like:


Inter-faith Council to replace the monarch as Defender of Faith (to include non-religious beliefs): https://constitutionuk.com/category/0?q=inter...eas#/post/82323

Equal Opportunities: https://constitutionuk.com/category/view#/post/82169

 Responsibility to Protect Minority Groups https://constitutionuk.com/category/view#/post/84684


The above text was proposed at the ‘Hacking the UK Constitution’ launch event on Thursday January 15. 

edited on Mar 14, 2015 by Cecilia Rossler
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