Tag Archives: religious freedom
[ February 13, 2012; 4:00 pm; ] Equality, Freedom, & Religion
February 13, 2012 | 04:00PM
Berkley Center 3rd floor conference room
In the light of recent controversies in the US and UK on the conflicts between religious freedom and other human rights, ERB partner Georgetown University’s Berkley Center offers a presentation by philosopher and Religious Freedom Project scholar Roger Trigg on Monday, February [...]
Current debates about integration, religious freedom and cultural diversity highlight growing levels of tensions between Muslim and non-Muslim communities in the US and Europe—most of which are founded on a lack of information.
This video project aims to provide a range of answers to questions at the heart of relations [...]
This site is not exclusively dedicated to teaching solely about Islam, since it has sections targeting other fundamentals of Austrian education such as language, but a large portion of the site includes teaching materials about Islam.
Article X on Spiritual and Religious Freedom is an article from the Proposed American declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. It holds the overall statement of the indigenous people as well as separates for each country part of the Inter-American Commission.
The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is a UK-based charity working for freedom of religion & belief at a global level. We have a century-plus history of encouraging interfaith dialogue & tolerance, with member groups in 25 countries, from faith traditions including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Shinto & Zoroastrianism.
L’Association internationale pour la défense de la liberté religieuse est une organisation non gouvernementale accréditée auprès du Comité de l’ECOSOC des Nations Unies, et dotée du statut participatif au Conseil de l’Europe. Elle a pour but de répandre les idées de tolérance et de défendre le droit pour toute personne à la liberté de pensée, [...]
The International Seminar on Religious Education and Values is an association of over 200 religious education scholars from around 36 countries. It exists since 1978 and it includes scholars from various religious traditions and secular specialists in religious education. Researchers with common methodological approaches initially worked on themes like young people's attitudes towards Christianity. Only [...]