Freedom of Religion Under the European Convention on Human Rights

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - 222 strani
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Freedom of religion and belief is a central right set out in international human rights treaties. This book provides a detailed analysis of this law as developed under the European Convention on Human Rights. It takes a critical view of the restrictive manner in which the European Court of Human Rights has interpreted freedom of religion or belief in areas such as education, conscientious objection, proselytism, and employment.

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Carolyn Evans is Senior Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne

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