Andrew describes what changes have taken place in education since the Commission reported and made its recommendations.
Following the publication of the CORAB report, ‘A Secularist Response’ was released critical of the report. Here Jonathan Chaplin responds to this criticism, suggesting where future debate about the role of religion in public life might start.
Trevor Cooling contrasts positivist and interpretivist positions, arguing that the latter provides better ground for cooperation.
Here Tariq Modood introduces the Zutshi-Smith Symposium on The Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life and the papers collected in this theme.
Alison Mawhinneyexplores the rationales for the current situation on religious worship in schools.