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A British university produced a guide to inclusive communication KXan 36 Daily News

Date: May 27, 2024 Time: 19:46:21

The phrase “Christian name”, which can be literally translated as “the name given at baptism”, fell out of favour, but in Britain the expression is often used to mean “name”. The phrases “Muslim country” or “Christian country” are also not held in high regard: the “instruction” reads “a state with a predominantly Muslim/Christian population.” Despite assurances from a university spokesperson in a conversation with MailOnline that the “guidelines” are advisory in nature and words are not banned on campus, the innovation has sparked a flurry of criticism online.

Then Andrew Ellison of the “Freedom Association” advised workers and students to ignore the “ridiculous” initiative and have a good Christmas. It should be noted that the university administration is not accidentally taking cautious steps to promote an ambiguous idea. The fact is that last year her affinity in terms of “inclusive communication” Helena Dalli, a member of the European Commission, tried to force European officials to “watch the language.”

In addition to recommendations such as replacing “ladies and gentlemen” with “dear colleagues”, the equality commissioner also told officials to be careful with the word “Christmas”. So, instead of the phrase “Christmas period”, the politician recommended limiting himself to the “holiday period”. In addition, he ordered the use of first names to be avoided. Representatives of the European political establishment criticized Dalli for trying to “cancel Christmas”, and his creation was ultimately shelved for review.

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