Religion and Belief
The University includes people from diverse religious and cultural backgrounds and respects the needs and requirements of people who adhere to a range of cultural and religious beliefs. This includes student and staff needs in relation to assessment, dietary requirements, requests for leave and facilities for religious observance.
A guide for employers and employees by ACAS
These Regulations apply to vocational training and all facets of employment - including recruitment, terms and conditions, promotions, transfers, dismissals and training.
Sussex Student Union related groups
Baha'ICM- contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Buddhist meditation- contact Kelsang Shraddha, email@example.com
Christian Union- contact Matt Carvel, firstname.lastname@example.org
website - http://www.uscu.org.uk/
Calendar of Religous Festivals:
Interactive Multifaith Calendar
Calendar on the BBC website showing religious festivals and celebrations of eight world faiths.
The meeting house is the centre for spirituality, social action, counselling, music, prayer and people.
Other Chaplaincy Centres
Catholic: Howard House, 1-2 Station Approach, Falmer, Brighton
Islamic: 150 Dyke Road, Brighton
Imam, 8 Caburn Road, Hove
Baha'i: 19 Stanford Avenue, Brighton
Buddhist: F.W.B.O.15 Park Crescent Place, Brighton Bodhisattva Mahayana Buddhist Centre, 3 Lansdowne Rd, Hove, BN3 1DN