Indoctrination, Secularism, Religious Liberty and the ECHR
Queen's University Belfast - School of Law
March 13, 2012
International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 929-944, 2006
This article examines the recent developments in religious freedom before the European Court of Human Rights Two major trends can be distinguished. On the one hand, the Court considers cases that are focused on individuals and it emphasizes values such as the prevention of indoctrination, neutrality, secularism and laïcité. On the other hand, the Court deals with cases involving the compatibility of entire domestic regimes regulating religious affairs with the Convention. It will be shown that these two trends in the case law do not always sit happily together and have serious repercussions for religious liberty.
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Date posted: March 14, 2012
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