For the classroom 11-18

Exploring arguments of a ‘genderless Divine’: within a Sikh–dharmic worldview 

Vishal Sangu is an RS PhD student at the Open University, specialising in decolonisation, RS and Sikhi. Here, Vishal explores the problematic nature of applying gendered language to the study of dharmic traditions and – with examples from Key Stage 3 lessons – how RE teachers might encourage pupils to engage critically with these issues.

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