Ulster apologises to Rabbi Neuberger

May 9, 1997

The University of Ulster has apologised to its chancellor, Rabbi Julia Neuberger, following a public row over mixed-religion schools. It had distanced itself from Rabbi Neuberger after she criticised the province's segregated education sectors as "sectarian". Sir Trevor Smith, vice chancellor, said: "The university accepts and respects her right, when speaking in a private capacity, to make a personal contribution to such important issues."

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