Freedom of Religion: UN and European Human Rights Law and Practice

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Cambridge University Press, 22 dec. 2005 - 405 pagini
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The scale and variety of acts of religious intolerance evident in so many countries today are of enormous contemporary concern. This 2005 study attempts a thorough and systematic treatment of both Universal and European practice. The standards applicable to freedom of religion are subjected to a detailed critique, and their development and implementation within the UN is distinguished from that within Strasbourg, in order to discern trends and obstacles to their advancement and to highlight the rationale for any apparent departures between the two systems. This dual focus also demonstrates the acute need for the European Court to heed the warnings from various patterns of violation throughout the world illustrated by the Human Rights Committee and the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief.

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Introduction
1
The right to manifest religious belief and applicable
19
Freedom of religious choice
24
Conclusion
111
Direct protection for the forum internum
120
Recognition that coercion does not constitute
156
To make acquire and use to an adequate extent
250
To write issue and disseminate relevant publications
259
To observe days of rest and to celebrate holidays
278
To establish and maintain communications with
287
Conclusion
339
Annexes
352
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
358
Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms
368
Text of General Comment No 22
378
Index
398

To solicit and receive voluntary financial and other
271

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Paul Taylor is a Barrister at Lincoln's Inn.

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