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What autonomy should faith-based and family courts have in the UK? How can it be ensured that an individual's basic human rights and the right to a fair trial are respected?
An open discussion on the practice of Sharia and Jewish courts in the UK, Faith-based Courts will seek to explore what faith-based courts do, what they are used for, and what legal accommodations are made for the UK’s Muslim and Jewish communities.
Chair: Brent Haywood (Lindsays) Panelists: Prof Mona Siddiqui OBE, FRSE, FRSA (University of Edinburgh), Ephraim Borowski (The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, SCoJeC), Dr Joshua Ralston (University of Edinburgh)