Equality and diversity: Religion or belief
Our College is proud of its vibrant and diverse multicultural community and recognises the importance that faith, belief and spirituality play in the lives of many people. As a College we respect all faiths and religions as well as those who choose not to follow a religion. We have zero tolerance for any prejudice based on belief.
If you are interested in supporting us with community-led work in this area, please get in touch.
Amrita Sen Mukherjee's story
"It didn’t matter if I was told that I couldn’t follow two religions (because my parents were of different faiths). I did it anyway, and I felt as though I could accomplish anything."
"I am a British Bangladeshi Muslim and the first doctor in my family. I worked hard to achieve this dream, but I tackled many challenges, mostly related to stereotypes."
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Resources and support
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Develop your knowledge
- Managing Ramadan queries in Covid-19
- Ramadan and women’s health
- Ramadan: what it means for general practice
Resources on the RCGP website
- Islamophobia – Time to tackle denial
- Islamophobia in the NHS - Tackling denial
- Working with your patients for a healthy Ramadan