CofE may introduce quota for black and minority ethnic clergy

Mar 24, 2021 by

by Anugrah Kumar, Christian Today:

The Church of England may institute a quota on black and minority ethnic clergy within its ranks as well as institute anti-racism training, according to a report leaked Saturday.

The Spectator obtained a copy of a report set to be turned into the Archbishops’ Council by the Church of England’s anti-racism task force, which was established after Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby apologized for the denomination’s racist past last year.

The British magazine reports that the title of the document, slated to be released to the public on April 22, is “From Lament to Action: Report of the Archbishops’ Anti-Racism Taskforce.”

The report is understood to include a recommendation for a quota for black and minority ethnic clergy, revamping education in schools run by the denomination and dealing with controversial statues and monuments.

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See also:

Church of England will order 30% quota for BAME clergy, by Helena Kelly, Mailonline: The Church of England is set to introduce a 30 per cent quota for ethnic minority clergy members and carry out anti-racism training, it emerged last night.

The Church of England’s new religionby Douglas Murray, Spectator Australia


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