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Pluralising Legalities: Religious Freedom in Secular States

What constitutes the core values, tenets, cultural, historic, and ideological parameters of secularism in international contexts? Join us to hear Associate Professor Ann Black speak to her new co-edited volume, "Religious Freedom in Secular States".

This edited work examines current tensions in liberal secular states where myriad rights and freedoms compete. It explores the legal complexity of defining a ‘religion' through judicial decisions and scrutinizes Christianity, Hinduism and Islam's relative success in accommodating religious pluralism.

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Date Friday, 30 September 2022
Time 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Audience Undergraduate students,Postgraduate students,Staff
Event Category Humanities
Event Type Lecture
Contact NameBridgette Toy-Cronin

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