Introductory Remarks: The State of Religious Human Rights in the World Today — A Conference Report with Book Excerpts

“Symposium: The State of Religious Human Rights in the World Today -- A Conference Report with Book Excerpts," Emory International Law Review 10: 52-62, 1996

7 Pages Posted: 7 Feb 2020

Date Written: 1996

Abstract

This Article reports on a major international conference in 1994 a Emory on the state of religious rights and liberties around the world today. This report offers a thumbnail sketch of certain core teachings on religious rights and liberties among the Religions of the Book, notably the core guarantees of liberty of conscience, free exercise, and equality of religions. The second section of articles describes the state of religious rights and liberties in select nations and regions today.

Keywords: Religion, Law, Human Rights, Abuse, Religious Rights, International

Suggested Citation

Witte, John, Introductory Remarks: The State of Religious Human Rights in the World Today — A Conference Report with Book Excerpts (1996). “Symposium: The State of Religious Human Rights in the World Today -- A Conference Report with Book Excerpts," Emory International Law Review 10: 52-62, 1996, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3519494 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3519494

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