Farhan Farani considers how the functions of law could become more representative

For the UK to come up to par at a global level and retain its position, it must mobilise, empower and engage with the potential still hidden in the form of ethnic minorities. Any opportunity to engage in diversity should be embraced with optimism. It is a task of the government to create an environment of trust where all feel their rights and beliefs are recognised and they can preserve their identity while participating in mainstream decision-making processes.

In the UK, human rights, such as the right to freedom of religion and belief, are protected by the Human Rights Act 1998. However, more efforts can be made to minimise the gap between UK’s domestic laws and its citizens’ religious laws, with the view of merg...

Farhan Farani
Managing Director
Farani Taylor

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